Warner Archive Blu-Ray Review: ‘The World, The Flesh And The Devil’

The best science fiction does not always involve aliens and monsters. They just need a unique premise to explore human nature by throwing regular people in bizarre situations. That is how Ranald MacDougall’s underrated thriller The World, The Flesh and The Devil works. This bizarre picture, headlined by fantastic performances from Harry Belafonte, Inger Stevens… Read More Warner Archive Blu-Ray Review: ‘The World, The Flesh And The Devil’

TCMFF: William Dieterle’s ‘6 Hours To Live’ – Murder… Maybe?

“I suppose it is murder… or it was.” For my first trick, I will try to make sense of William Dieterle’s 6 Hours To Live. In 72 minutes, this 1932 Fox pre-code film manages to touch just about every genre known to Hollywood at the time, except Westerns. Although considering how it goes, you could… Read More TCMFF: William Dieterle’s ‘6 Hours To Live’ – Murder… Maybe?