1/4, 1920s, Drama, Fritz Lang, Review

The Wandering Shadow

If I had been a contemporary of Fritz Lang in his early career, this is about the point that I’d begin writing him off. There was some entertainment in the first of the Spiders episodes, but the only real positive attribute of the next two films was the production design. Here, in The Wandering Shadow,… Continue reading The Wandering Shadow

1/4, 1990s, Horror, Rachel Talalay, Review

Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare

#8 in my ranking of the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. Finally, one Nightmare on Elm Street film decides to dig even a little bit into Freddy Krueger into a character. However, they made the mistake of being obsessed with his past rather than his present or future. Long-term producer of the franchise and new… Continue reading Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare