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
This is the first real example of what 3D was to me as I grew up. Short and to the pointy!
1915: The first known exhibition of a 3-D film was on June 10th of that year, 100 years ago today. Yes, that's right, the "new" 3-D fad in just that, "new" as in the latest of many attempts to lift images off the screen and thrill audiences with what over 90 years later, Christopher Nolan… Continue reading A CENTURY OF 3-D
With Star Trek's twelfth feature film coming to cinema's tomorrow, this is as good a time as any to review what I consider to be the top twenty Science Fiction movies of all time. This genre is too large to truly cover in such a small feature but here are my top movies so read the list and let the… Continue reading TOP 20 SCI-FI FILMS OF ALL TIME