This beautiful refurbishing of Georges Franju’s film allows the underrated whodunit to assume its rightful place on the cinephile’s mantle.
Perhaps the most singular genre work to emerge during France’s fertile mid-century period, Georges Franju’s 1960 classic continues to represent a pivot point between classic and modern horror idioms.
Marcel Carné’s sweeping, yearning, and ravishing film warns that romantic entanglement is nothing but a bog in which we all eventually get stuck.
Le Plaisir illustrates not merely Ophüls’s unparalleled sense of flow and texture, but also his proto-feminism.
Eyes Without a Face is a landmark genre film for the simple fact that it shows just how scary something as simple as a mask can be.
Well-rendered package for this creepy but somewhat underwhelming film.