Man Made Monster is a shocker that's in the groove for the horror fans. It makes no pretense of being anything but a freakish chiller, going directly to the point and proving mighty successful.
Blood and Sand [from the novel by Vicente Blasco Ibanez] is associated in the memories of theatre-goers as a hot and decidedly sexy piece of merchandise, chiefly because of Valentino's silent version…
Though it is a bit corny in spots and lays the slapstick on heavily, with some gag sequences stretched too far, here is a comedy of soldier life that completely entertains.
Too bad that this picture's story does not match its excellent cast. Another of the hillbilly dramas, Swamp Water is an unflattering reflection upon Dudley Nichols' usually facile pen. The scenarist…
Johnny Eager is an underworld meller with a few new twists to the usual trappings, but by and large it's the familiar tale [by James Edward Grant] of slick gangster vs innocent rich girl.
They Died with Their Boots On is the Custer story, full of action, Indians and anachronisms, with Olivia de Havilland co-starred.
Remember the Day is a warmly human drama depicting the basic American way of life - skillfully assembled to generate exacting audience attention in one of the best examples of well-rounded filmplay…
This is not so much likely to scare audiences as make them a little sick. Production, acting and story, paradoxically, are all of a fairly high order, but it's all too unpleasant.
The Feminine Touch is important through showcasing Rosalind Russell as one of the top film comediennes. She handles the sophisticated material equally as well as the frequent excursions into…
Extended operations of the Gestapo are displayed in this film version of Geoffrey Household's novel, Rogue Male.