Film review by Dan Willard. Ingmar Bergman’s usual subjects get a lighthearted treatment in this film based on the Irish proverb: A woman’s chastity is a sty in the eye of the Devil.
Film review by Dan Willard. Though visually impressive with good performances by Conrad Veidt and Sabu, coming to this as an adult I can only regard the film as juvenile popcorn fare.
Film review by Dan Willard. Though shot in Hollywood to take advantage of the new sound stages, this British production marks the debut of James Whale as a film director and is Colin Clive’s first screen appearance.
Film review by Dan Willard. Today, in a society where documenting one’s experiences has become more important than the experience itself, Death Watch provides an accurate mirror of a culture debased by its own vulturous media.
Film review by Dan Willard. Popular and controversial, Traffic in Souls is one of the earliest U.S. feature films and the earliest U.S. feature not based on a preexisting literary or dramatic work.
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