Phantom of the Opera is far more of a musical than a chiller, though this element is not to be altogether discounted, and holds novelty appeal. Story is about the mad musician who haunts the opera…
In order to put the Wolf Man and the Monster through further film adventures, scripter Curt Siodmak has to resurrect the former from a tomb, and the Frankenstein creation from the ruins of the castle…
This is the film version of the novel and play of same title [by Margaret Kennedy and Basil Dean]. Devoting plenty of footage to character delineations and incidental episodes, it results in a bumpy…
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From the novel of Eric Knight, and with Fred M. Wilcox directing his first feature picture, Lassie emerges as nice entertainment enhanced by color photography and good scenic shots.
The true Coney Island, corny, bawdy and brash, evidently wasn't deemed sufficiently colorful for George Seaton, scripter of this film, so he just hung the title on what amounts to a 95-minute…
Samuel Goldwyn took top comedy writers, a top comedy director and top comic and distilled them into a farce of the broadest stripe. Sometimes it takes and sometimes it doesn't.
This is another in the Universal series of Dracula horror features. It's a good entry of its type.
In his first starring role on the screen Frank Sinatra at least gets in no one's way. Though a bit stiff on occasion and not as photogenic as may be desired, he generally handles himself ably in song…
Both script [from the novel Black Alibi by Cornell Woolrich] and direction noticeably strain to achieve effects of Cat People but fall far short of latter standard and follow too many confusing…
Bette Davis and Miriam Hopkins were schoolgirl chums. With former leaving home town to carve literary career, while latter settles to happy marriage to John Loder, Davis returns for lecture and, as…