This post is written in conjunction with the Summer Under the Stars blogathon Since the Bard wrote it out way back when, Hollywood has loved a good Romeo and Juliet […]
Audiences today complain about Hollywood’s dearth of creativity, with endless remakes peppering your local multiplex. But it’s ironic to hear this when many classic movies were made by this process […]
Originally published October 28th, 2013 The Phantom of the Opera is a seminal film in horror movie history, and rightfully so. A technological wunderkind at the time, the movie is […]
I’ve had my ups and downs with Harold Lloyd’s body of work over the last four weeks. Although none of his previous features outright bored me, I didn’t find the […]
We’ve reached the halfway point with our continued adventures with silent film comedian Harold Lloyd, and as we move forward in Lloyd’s filmography the films just ain’t what they used […]
Fridays with Harold Lloyd continues and this week we look at one of Lloyd’s most iconic works; one that has become a visual legend throughout cinema history.
Welcome to the first new series of 2016! The Fridays With… series is meant to spotlight actors/actresses/directors I have little to no familiarity with and traverse the world of some […]