A wry tale which takes in Greek mythology, punk rock and influences of American suspense-drama, this is an effective and curious thriller about myth and obsession.
Douglas Fairbanks has charm in spades, or swords, and D'Artagnan's cross of naïve bumpkin and brash youth is a perfect role for him.
John Brahm's handsome expressionist thrillers get Blu-ray upgrades.
We can see, now, that Nicholas Meyer learned the lesson of George Pal's Time Machine, even if Pal didn't.
Frank Lloyd's silent film explores how the other half suffers.
A sexual strategy for Yankee mechanization.
Zulawski's final film is a parody of romantic impulses.
In the early '60s, Hollywood was struggling to convey the idea that people now and then have sex.
There are moments that peek out from the general blandness of this film, moments that display artistry and the potential for something greater.
Making a film about juice cleansing doesn’t seem like the deepest mine of material, does it?