This release, Early Women Filmmakers: An International Anthology, is a prime example of how important Flicker Alley should be to any and all film fans.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Early Women Filmmakers: An International Anthology"
When Flicker Alley announces a release I get excited, then I stop and look at the title. Behind the Door is not one of which I was aware. Let’s cut to the short, this release is spectacular, if you enjoy silent films, order it now.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Behind the Door"
One unexpected side-effects of having a love of world of cinema is everything you learn when you devote a little time to a subject. This is, by no means, suggesting that the films themselves are necessarily accurate, cough, Braveheart, but doing a bit a research for this essay cracked a door of history for me.Read more "(The Peasant) Women of Ryazan"
Last week Flicker Alley, in association with Blackhawk Films Collection, released Children of Divorce directed by Frank Lloyd and Josef von Sternberg. The 1927 film starring “IT” girl Clara Bow is now, for the first time, available in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack. The film is an adaptation of Owen Johnson’s novel of the same name. […]Read more "Children of Divorce"
Today, November 15, 2016, shows the release of two new Cinerama blu-rays/DVD combos from Flicker Alley, Russian Adventure, and The Best of Cinerama.Read more "The Best of Cinerama"
The Film A Trip to the Moon is one of the first science fiction films, and it is 114 years old (as of 2016). The film is about a group of astronomers who load themselves up in a gigantic cannon and fire themselves at the moon. After blinding the man-in-the-moon the scientists take a tour […]Read more "A Trip to the Moon"