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With the back-to-back successes of Frankenstein and Dracula, 1931 was the breakout year for Universal Studios as the studio established itself as a true genre heavyweight. That set the challenge to follow up this daunting double act. Enter 1932'...

Macao (1952), about two mysterious people who meet on a boat sailing from Hong Kong to Macao, is a somewhat intriguing noir that often falls into the ho-hum category, only to be rescued again by it's formidable cast. Robert Mitchum, Jane Russel...

At the end of the 19th Century, women were not encouraged to get an education. They were not expected to have a career. Yet Marie Sklodowska of Poland sought both and achieved greatness beyond anyone's imagination. Madame Curie (1943) depicts a...

Critics dubbed the 1948 "The Man From Colorado" as a "psychological Western" genre due to its dark and brooding central characters and themes. Directed by Henry Levin ("The Desperado's"), the film starred Academy A...

Some films remain classics simply because they are above average. Man of a Thousand Faces (1957), one such film, is the film biography of silent screen legend Lon Chaney. The story features different aspects of his life from the time Chaney was a y...

The James Bond series, adapted from Ian Flemings novels, has hit several goofy patches in its time, with 1974's The Man with the Golden Gun serving as a crown jewel of sheer silliness. These flicks were never meant to be taken too seriously to ...

Anyone who is drawn to watch The Millionaire (1931) starring James Cagney, won't find much of him in this film. They will see a totally enjoyable movie and an amazing performance by English actor George Arliss who plays a duel role as automaker...

Ministry of Fear (1944) is an English-language effort from Austria's great filmmaker Fritz Lang, and man, is it ever a story that's up his alley. The picture is steeped in paranoia, a topic with which Lang was well-acquainted. In the &...

James Bond fans have been asked to accept a lot of things over the years. The series serves as a water mark for pure escapist fantasies, so viewers have always known to expect their fair share of silliness from these pictures. Even with the cast of...

    A seedy California coastal town serves as the backdrop for a group of people trying to eke out a life for themselves in Moontide (1942), a noir film of love and betrayal. The mist swirling in from the ocean sets th...

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