❉ Jon Dear examines a trio of silents ranging from science fiction and high adventure, to slapstick comedy and mistaken identity.
❉ Jon Dear reviews the 100th Anniversary edition of the Weimar Cinema epic, fully restored in 2K.
❉ This ‘70s Euro-horror curio is boosted by the presence of Donald Pleasance and Peter Cushing plus a score by Brian Eno, writes Jon Dear.
❉ Jon Dear on a triptych of silents capturing 1920s America on the cusp of the Great Depression.
❉ Jon Dear reviews Eureka’s release of the Expressionist thriller starring Conrad Veidt.
❉ Jon Dear reviews Eureka’s release of two surviving silent-era Ford films.
❉ Crash is often called a “cautionary tale” which was as true for the film’s UK release as much as its content, writes Jon Dear.