James Whale directs the first adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel, bringing a mix of humor, horror, and madness to the story.
This little known alternate version, shot on the same sets as the Lugosi classic, features a different cast and a sexy style and is proclaimed by many fans as a superior version.
This modern dress version of the Shakespeare comedy was made with Whedon’s old friends and collaborators just after shooting ‘The Avengers.’
Christopher Lee is an elegant, confident, altogether seductive Dracula and Peter Cushing an intense, driven Van Helsing in the 1958 remake of the vampire classic.
Sean Connery and Michael Caine star in Huston’s magnificent adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s story, a larger than life tale on a glorious canvas.
Martin Ritt directs this superb film of John le Carré’s novel, the first of many adaptations of le Carré’s wary novels of Cold War espionage and still one of the best.
The Asphalt Jungle (1950) is one of John Huston’s rare forays into the genre that would later be called film noir. His first, The Maltese Falcon (1941), helped set the template of the private eye noir. Ten years later, working from an adaptation of the caper novel by W.R. Burnett scripted in collaboration with the […]