In March, Flicker Alley released Marcel L’Herbier’s 1924 film L’Inhumaine (The Inhuman Woman) on Blu-ray. For most of us, this film is unheard of, lost in time and overshadowed by silent films made in Germany. Most of the great European silent films we think of from the ’20s were made in the Weimar Republic, but… Read More Flicker Alley Review: Marcel L’Herbier’s ‘L’Inhumaine’
I just wrote a review on Criterion’s box set of three silent films by Josef von Sternberg, Underworld, The Last Command and The Docks of New York for buzzlegoose. You can check it out here: http://www.buzzlegoose.com/film/dvd-review-3-silent-classics-by-josef-von-sternberg/. I hope to be able to do more extensive write-ups on the individual films soon.
This was written for my film class. I think I may have missed the mark on a few points – I’m no Murneau scholar. Directed by F.W. Murnau Prana Film Germany, 94 minutes Starring Max Schreck, Alexander Granach, Gustav von Wangenheim, Greta Schröder F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu was the first vampire film and noticeably had a… Read More “Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens” (1922)