1920's, 7 Candles, Action, Adventure, Historical, silent


1926 DIRECTOR: Albert Parker Two Tone Technicolor in all its glory! This is it. The first widely distributed Technicolor movie back before we even had sound. This was hardly the first foray into colour, in fact colour almost goes as far back as film itself, as does sound, but it was not until the mid-1920's… Continue reading THE BLACK PIRATE (1926) – REVIEW



1932 DIRECTOR: Norman McLeod  "I married your mother because I wanted children. Imagine my disappointment when you arrived." The penultimate Marx Brothers film as their time with Paramount was drawing to a close, Horse Feathers was possible one the their most anarchic entries. The paper thin plot revolving around building a football team at the… Continue reading HORSE FEATHERS (MARX BROTHERS) (1932) – REVIEW


PANDORA’S BOX (1929) – REVIEW (Die Büchse der Pandora)

1929 DIRECTOR: G.W. Pabst Contains spoliers! "The rise and inevitable fall of an amoral but naive young woman whose insouciant eroticism inspires lust and violence in those around her." (IMDb Synopsis) Back in selected cinamas now in the UK, Pandora's Box was one of the last films of the silent era, a period of transition… Continue reading PANDORA’S BOX (1929) – REVIEW (Die Büchse der Pandora)