Top 10 Movies that Need a Criterion Collection Release
The Top Ten
Criterion are people I would trust to choose the right score for this movie (seeing as there are so many versions). But there's also the option of including multiple ones. It's such a significant movie, and one that would be perfect for the Criterion treatment. - OomlaGuhmaGagh
Most people have only heard of Nosferatu from Spongebob - 2storm
What's a criterion collection? - Skullkid755
Seriously! Why is this one not in the Criterion Collection already!?!
Defined the horror/slasher and suspense genres. Definitely deserves to be in.
I though Psycho already had one due to how popular it is - 2storm
Actually shows good information about how different governments work. - 2storm
Why is this one not even in? Great classical film! It’s on up there with Charlie Chaplin’s works in my opinion (which are in the CC already).
Considered as one of the best western films of all time (if not the best), this one would make a great addition.
This is a movie that defined the teen genre of filmmaking (along with The Breakfast Club, which is already in the CC). This one would just be a great addition as well.
It should be a box-set of the Unaltered Cuts (like Harmy’s Despecialized Editions). None of that Special Edition nonsense.
This one already got into the CC via Laserdisc in 1991, but I think should be rereleased. This is just one of the best spy films to ever be made. (I like the other 007 films too, but this one is simply just the best.)
A HIGHLY underrated superhero movie that pays homage to the early pulp magazine characters/superheroes extremely well. Kudos to Sam Raimi for making this awesome flick!
Well, Life of Brian is already in, so why not this one?
Well my friends like it!
Surprised this one doesn’t have a Criterion release already.
Titanic an amazing movie the movie of the century
It’s getting one in January 2019! Hallelujah!
This was going to get a Criterion release on Laserdisc back in the 90s, but it got cancelled. There’s no time like the present (or more like a year or two away) to release this on Blu-ray and DVD.