The mechanical, the insectile and the organically gooey world of beautiful ugliness in Brothers' Quay films.
Are you in the mood to be retro-hip? Do you get the urge to be mod and pop, '60s style? Sure you do.
All four films in Criterion's Julien Duvivier in the Thirties present a sour, self-critical image of French civilization, and do it with finesse.
Alex Garland’s Ex Machina is a darkly funny and philosophical cyberpunk locked-room thriller that tangles with the greatest sci-fi puzzle: What does it mean to be human?
This film offers a unique time, setting and theme, one that hasn't dated even if the brawling robust tone has.
A sexy, shadowy exchange between a tall blonde and a hard-core classic film collector sum up the merit of this movie.
Brian Donleavy shouts and Peter Wyngarde wears pyjamas in these two British horror classics.
Fans of silent cinema might bug Santa for these.
This silent documentary still looks (and sounds) great.
The last (and least) of Gene Kelly's experiments with animation.