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DER GOLEM. (1920) REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS. ©

THE GOLEM: HOW HE CAME INTO THE WORLD or DER GOLEM, WIE ER IN DIE WELT KAM. (1920) DIRECTED BY PAUL WEGENER. WRITTEN BY PAUL WEGENER AND HENRIK GALEEN. 990 more words

Poster of the Week - Der Januskopf (1920)

If you haven’t heard of Der Januskopf, then it’s not entirely surprising. Despite being directed by F.W. Murnau, with cinematography by Karl Freund, and starring Conrad Veidt (all at the height of their powers), this thinly disguised version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s… 579 more words

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The Freshmen

The more I see Harold Lloyd, the more I love him and his films. In The Freshman (1925) Lloyd plays an young man also named Harold who saves up enough money to go to college. 181 more words

Film

January 14th, 2017 Movie -Champagne (1928)

Today’s movie is bit of a treat for me. See, not only is it another Hitchcock movie, but it is one of his early silent films. 1,251 more words

Movie Review

Episode 35 - The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari & Nosferatu

In episode 35 of the CTGY podcast, Rich and Kelly travel back to the 1920s to discuss German silent horror films The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Nosferatu. 101 more words

Podcast

The Magic of Charlie Chaplin - ‘The Gold Rush’

I’ve often wondered why the films of Charlie Chaplin are able to have such a large effect on me. Like most of my generation, I’m very much a product of the times I’m living in: raised on a diet of Netflix, memes, and Donald Trump, the forces of modernity have left me cynical, confused, and with an attention span that will not tolerate a Facebook video more than 30 seconds long. 796 more words

Opinion Piece

Steamboat Bill Junior

Year Released: 1928
Main Stars: Buster Keaton, Ernest Torrence, Tom McGuire,  
Review Date: November 2016
Last watched: November 2016
Number Watches: 1… 174 more words

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