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MOVIE REVIEW | ***HALLOWEEN WEEK*** Nosferatu (1922)


“Wait, young man. You cannot escape destiny by running away!”

With the countless Dracula and vampire adaptations, knock offs and tradition decimating bullshit (ie. Twilight) 515 more words

France Dhélia - French Silent Actress Photos

France Dhélia in La Garçonne c.1923 via bloglovin.com

She was born Franceline Benoit, in a village near Blois in 1894, thus raised in the area of the famous French royal castles along the Loire river. 171 more words

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Assignment #4 - "The Crowd"

In the book “Writing About Movies” please read pg. 46 – 60 and pg. 77 – 85, which is your textbook for the class. (Please bring the book to our next class – it’s available in the bookstore). 203 more words

Assignment #4 - "The Crowd"

Blu-ray Review: Das Cabinet Des Dr Caligari

Starring: Werner Krauss, Conrad Veidt, Friedrich Feher
Director: Robert Wiene
Rating: 10/10

The Least Picture Show already aired its thoughts on Robert Wiene’s 1920 masterpiece when it was re-released in the cinemas recently ( 568 more words

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Strangelovely Sounds

Perhaps the strangest thing about Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb–and Susan, I trust you will challenge me on this–is the audio-visual contract. 157 more words

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Kickstarter: London Symphony

 “In the early days of the cinema, there were several great City Symphonies – for Berlin, Paris, Rotterdam, but never for London. Alex Barrett is going to put that right, and his plans suggest a remarkable picture.” – Kevin Brownlow, Film Historian…

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