Nosferatu: A Century of Horror

Some concepts are older than they seem. ‘Breaking the 4th wall’ is considered a television term, yet authors as old as Shakespeare, Cervantes and Chaucer have used that concept in their work. Likewise, obscure knock-off films have gained notoriety as being, say, the ‘Turkish Star ... Read More

100 Years In The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari

The 2000s and 2010s saw a few early entries reach their centenaries, like Paul Wegener’s The Golem from 1915 along with early films from Charlie Chaplin. However, the 2020s will be when cinema’s biggest early classics hit their triple digit anniversaries. There is Harold Lloyd dangling ... Read More

HYMN: Sarah Brightman In Concert (DVD/CD Review)

The world’s most successful and best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman unveiled her highly-anticipated HYMN: Sarah Brightman In Concert on Blu-ray + CD, DVD + CD and Digital on Friday, November 15th, 2019 thanks to Eagle Rock Entertainment. Powerhouse Vocalist Brightman is an international superstar with global ... Read More

The Guard of Auschwitz (Movie Review)

There are certain films that let viewers know off the bat that they are not going to be cozy watches. Horror films can be harsh, yet seasoned Horror fans can make a party night out of its more notorious entries. Few people are breaking out ... Read More