It's the Pied Piper of Hamelin. In Australia. In the early 1980s. There's also an abacus involved...
One of the all-time great sports documentaries, it's also one of the most significant as the modern appreciation of boxing history stems from it. Harry Chapin, better known as a singer-songwriter, directs this 1968 doc that may be th emost 1968 thing you'll ever see!
One of the most controversial of all the horror films of the 1930s, and in my eyes, one of the best. Todd Browning's FREAKS probably had the complex relationship with studios, director, writers, and audiences of all the films designed for frights, but it also sheds a very human light on people who were all too often dehumanized.
A look at a remarkably fascinating and strange short film that brings up the point: how much fantasy is needed to make it a fantasy?
A wonderful silent comedy film that actually may have kicked off an entire Horror Sub-genre. This episode finally happened because of the Terrible Transplants episode of The Slums of Film History!
A look at how living in the now may, in fact, prevent you from fully experiencing the magic that may be all around you...
How is The Band Concert not on the National Film Registry? I mean, really! It's one of the most iconic and important of all the Mickie Mouse shorts of the 1930s! SERIOUSLY!!!!!
Klaus at Gunpoint
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