Casa de Lava thrives on a persistent disparity of textures, cultures, and personalities
The Philadelphia Story is the epitome of classic Hollywood artistry, and a prime showcase for the era’s equally refined elegance.
He Walked by Night is an above average low-budget thriller, no matter who gets the credit.
What Dawson City: Frozen Time accomplishes above all else, is to provide hope for those who lament the 75 percent of silent cinema considered lost.
As unique as any other Dreyer production, and boldly divergent from any other film of the era
There is no denying Haneke’s practiced art of assault.
Fulci has stated multiple times that Don’t Torture a Duckling was a favorite of his own films. All things considered, it’s easy to see why.
Absurd and garish, it’s a satisfying Jess Franco film, especially for the Franco-initiated.
An intermittently interesting misstep from an otherwise great filmmaker.
Rebecca is an enigmatic film, with seamlessly shifting tones and an abundance of analytic potential.
E.A. Dupont’s vibrant tour de force remains a brilliant demonstration of cinema’s early exultant potential.
This 1966 feature is an operatic, passionate, and expertly-executed Western renovation.