Monsters and Madmen

January 23, 2007

This box set by the folks at the Criterion Collection is sure to divide fans of B-movies and the company’s traditional arthouse aficionados as to the validity of the films included. It’s true that Criterion has released these kinds of films before... 

The Browning Version

December 1, 2005

Anthony Asquith was a British filmmaker who specialized in cinematic adaptations of literature that included the likes of Pygmalion (1938), The Importance of Being Earnest (1952) and most significantly the following plays of Terence Rattigan: While the...