Film Friday Weekly Roundup
It’s Friday? Again? Weeks go by pretty quickly these days. I suppose it makes sense that when days are shorter, days feel shorter. But even still… The good news is that my forced hiatus from hockey due to the lockout leaves ample time for Fall movie watching. And, let’s face it, it’s looking pretty good for Winter movie watching at this point. Despite my speedy week, I still found time to scour the interwebs for the best and the brightest. So make some popcorn, kick back, and enjoy a trip around the movie web. Happy reading and happy viewing!
Immortal Ephemera looks at the sexy Miriam Hopkins.
Classic Film Freak reviews High Noon, reminding me that I need to rewatch High Noon.
Screen Insight examines Man with a Movie Camera.
Le sigh. NYC’s Film Forum is presenting the films of Harold Lloyd, complete with a John Bengtson appearance.
Yes! Curse of the Cat People from 366 Weird Movies.
Silent Volume gets his grotesquerie on with G.W. Pabst’s The Love of Jeanne Ney.
Would I fly to London just for this? Maybe. Silent Cinema at the Pathology Museum.
True Classics reviews The Kid.
The Movie Morlocks examine Horror’s Power of 10
Silent London reviews Hindle Wakes.
He hee. Hitch warns us not to text at the movies.