It presents the portrait of a young man blessed with extraordinary talent who became known as “the Mozart of chess.”
It’s not one of the all-time great movies, but it’s worth watching for its visual style and incorporation of a real-life story.
Cry of the City embraces the darker side of humanity in a way that feels surprisingly modern for a 1948 film.
They’re both silent, black-and-white films, but beyond those similarities, they are quite different from each other.
The experience was far from disappointing.
The cover is a brilliant work of nightmare fuel. The movie itself is awful, just awful.
If you’re really (and I mean, really) into old science fiction B-movies (I’m talking deep tracks), then maybe Astro Zombies is for you.
None other than Gene Wilder could have conceived or performed such a zany and contradictory character.
Haunted Honeymoon is a wacky, dumb, disorganized comedy whatchamacallit that will irritate you as well as make you smile.
There’s certainly room for more than one Road House in anyone’s cinematic universe.