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!!!!!
Tim Burton's style evolved over a long time, and in 1982, he created a wonderful homage to everything that made Tim Burton the director he became.
A look at three slasher film series - Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, and Halloween, and what the varying levels of the fantastic within them says about their place in horror, and fantasy.
Religion and film have been deeply tied together for more than a century. Here, we're looking at a religious multi-media experience that was a marvel to behold... and might be the spiritual ancestor of 4D amusement park experiences!
There are so few Miro works I enjoy, and this was one. I look at why that is, and also what all this art meant within the environment
Klaus at Gunpoint
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