Behind the Door (1919) Blu-ray/DVD Giveaway

Behind the Door (1919) Blu-ray/DVD Giveaway

Flicker Alley and a group of amazing sites for fans of silent and classic film are proud to bring you this giveaway for Behind the Door (1919) on Dual-Format Edition Blu-ray/DVD. Legendary producer Thomas H. Ince and director Irvin V. Willat made this—͞the most...
A Viewer’s Guide: How to Watch Grand Hotel (1932)

A Viewer’s Guide: How to Watch Grand Hotel (1932)

“Grand Hotel…always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.” Grand Hotel took home the Best Picture Oscar for MGM in 1933, beating another MGM release, The Champ, as well as Samuel Goldwyn’s Arrowsmith, Fox’s Bad Girl,...
Day 6: Order in the Court! The Classic Courtroom Movie Blogathon concludes (in extra innings)…

Day 6: Order in the Court! The Classic Courtroom Movie Blogathon concludes (in extra innings)…

Oyez, oyez! Welcome to Day 6, the final day of our courtroom extravaganza! In the first five days we saw, among others, posts on Hitchcock worth knowing better (The Paradine Case), lynching (Fritz Lang’s Fury), Louise Brooks’s Lulu in Pandora’s Box,...
Disembodied: Waldo Lydecker, the Voice in the Dark in Laura (1944)

Disembodied: Waldo Lydecker, the Voice in the Dark in Laura (1944)

  “McPherson, if you know anything about faces, look at mine. How singularly innocent I look this morning. Have you ever seen such candid eyes?”  “Laura considered me the wisest, the wittiest, the most interesting man she’d ever met. I was...