This was a great saga and film before it was revanped and vulgarized for its rerelease. A great example of how subtle changes make or break a film, and in this case how those changes devestated my opinion of the arrogant George Lucas and this sci fi (former) classic.
As opposed to the malevolent, unintentionally distructive Lulu of Pandora’s Box, Thymian of Diary of a Lost Girl is innocent and faun like, showcasing a range of skill from Louise Brooks. Her and Pabst… read review
I am happy to say this is one of my all time favorites, and one of a handful of jewels in universal studios golden age of monster films. To me this stagy, corny, mostly silent early horror work is… read review
I have seen this movie four times within the past ten years, and it hasn’t aged a bit. I remember each time I have seen it vividly, because it is a knockout movie. emotionall wrentching. I bet, and… read review
I LOVE this film and remember wanting to see it when I was eight based on the previews on television, I was told I couldn’t see it because of the graphic sex scenes. I was fourteen before I got the… read review