Film Friday Weekly Roundup
Well, hey now, it’s Friday. Thanks to the magic of the interwebs, Pretty Clever Film Gal appears to be feverishly working at PCF Headquarters and she isn’t. Ha! Currently, she’s in an undisclosed location, playing gin rummy with Dick Cheney. Ok, not really, but I’m really not here. However, because of my abiding love and care for all of you, I did round up the best of the best and present it to you here. Happy reading and happy viewing!
The Movie Morlocks talk show down, horror style.
These articulated dolls are just cool, especially Sly.
Film School Rejects asks, Is Man With a Movie Camera brilliant, but boring?
Them! at the Film Experience.
Taste of cinema rounds up 20 Classic horror titles from Criterion. Spooky and arty!
Can’t Stop the Movies delivers a looong Sunset Boulevard post.
Classic Film and TV Cafe defines Film Noir A to Z.
Will McKinely watches Confessions of an Opium Eater and finds it still trippy.
100 Years of Movies names names…. of the Top 5 Directors of the 1920s.
Blueprint Review reviews The Lodger.
Silver Screenings spends some time with Sydney Greenstreet, The Urbane Villain.
A Person in the Dark calls for a broader definition of Chaplinesque.
I’m still not sure how I feel about this… but here’s the trailer for the upcoming Hitchcock.