Eraserhead [VINTAGE FILM REVIEW]
Sep24

Eraserhead [VINTAGE FILM REVIEW]

Eraserhead is probably David Lynch’s most famous film, and gives you a good idea of what his signature (Lynchian) style is like. It’s oneiric, dark, and properly surreal. (Surreal is a description that tends to be a little bit over-used, but it can definitely be applied to almost anything done by Lynch.) Its strangeness goes beyond the surface, giving it a dreamlike, noirish atmosphere. Sometimes it’s almost calming (albeit eerily so), while at others it depicts scenes taken from an absolute…

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The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari [VINTAGE FILM REVIEW]
Aug28

The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari [VINTAGE FILM REVIEW]

I have been meaning to review this particular film for ages now, and I suppose there are few better places than here to do just that. The Cabinet of Dr Caligari is one of the most well-known films from the silent era, and not only that, is one of the most famous and influential horror films ever made.

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