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 … Continue Reading The Cat and the Canary (1927)
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 … Continue Reading When Knighthood Was in Flower (1922)
We conclude Fridays With Mary Pickford and….I can’t say I ended up with a positive impression of her. As one of my friends said, Pickford was a trailblazer but her … Continue Reading Fridays With Mary Pickford: Stella Maris (1918)
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 … Continue Reading Fridays With…Harold Lloyd: Why Worry? (1923)
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 … Continue Reading Fridays With…Harold Lloyd: Speedy (1928)
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 … Continue Reading Fridays With…Harold Lloyd: The Freshman (1925)