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Book Review: ‘Fritz Lang: The Nature of the Beast’ by Patrick McGilligan


The writing about the director's career makes this the definitive Fritz Lang biography. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘American Guerrilla in the Philippines’

The resistance tries to hold off the Japanese, from L-R: Tom Ewell, Tyrone Power, Micheline Presle

A patriotic war movie that is of interest for fans looking to see all the films of Fritz Lang and Tyrone Power. Read More »

DVD Review: Ministry of Fear – The Criterion Collection

I'll never enter a cake raffle again. Ever. Read More »

Kino Lorber Holiday Gift Guide 2012

Tons of last minute gift goodies for the cinefile in your life. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Scarlet Street

Fritz Lang's atmospheric film noir looks superb in this Blu-ray release. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Complete Metropolis

One of the most visually striking films ever made, finally restored to Fritz Lang's original vision. Read More »

DVD Review: Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics II

Five movies that range from ho-hum to spectacular, all worth seeing, illustrate Film Noir style in this new collection. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: M (1931) – The Criterion Collection

M is remarkable; one can easily get lost in the story and in Peter Lorre's engrossing performance. Read More »

DVD Review: Man Hunt (1941)

May not hold the attention or interest of a modern-day audience. Read More »

DVD Review: Man Hunt (1941)

Fritz Lang fans may finally breathe a sigh of relief. Read More »