Fritz Lang’s influential and ever-relevant silent classic examined.
Science Fiction Cinema Grows Up: Fritz Lang’s Woman In The Moon
The pioneering and influential space travel silent classic is a mixed bag of melodrama and innovation.
An Offer You Can’t Refuse: Faust Revisited
F.W. Murnau’s interpretation of the classic moral fable cops out at the end but remains a fascinating study of idealism gone wrong.
A Symphony Of Horror – Nosferatu Revisited
In its centenary year, we take a critical look back at the first Dracula film and the movie that kickstarted gothic horror as we know it.
Phantoms Of The Opera – The Various Versions Of The Lon Chaney Masterpiece
Edited, reshot, reconstructed and rearranged, the 1925 version of Gaston Leroux‘s gothic shocker remains the best.
Para Todos And The Art Nouveau Of J. Carlos
The incredible and stylish 1920s art nouveau magazine covers of Brazil’s José Carlos de Brito e Cunha.
Reinventing The Weimar Republic: Babylon Berlin
The complex and ambitious political German noir TV series is both ambitious and frustrating.