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"The Town That Dreaded Sundown" (1976) Review

(Originally published on 08/23/2013)

I took a course at Emerson College once about the history of the early days of film. I found it fascinating and was introduced to some classics I would’ve never sought out on my own such as Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, Chaplin’s The Kid, Birth of A Nation, The Cabinet of Dr. 962 more words


John Ford - The Informant (1935)

A well constructed narrative that works at several levels: the political context, personal intellectual capability, loyalties, the charity of giving, forgiveness, and the longing for true liberty. 114 more words

Hendrik Slegtenhorst

M (1931)

It’s always a great feeling when you watch a true classic and find your expectations exceeded. I know how influential and revered M is but I wasn’t prepared for something so entertaining and modern. 595 more words

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