Casting Marlene Dietrich as a naïve German peasant girl in 1933 might seem an odd choice, but Dietrich carries off her role in director Rouben Mamoulian’s The Song of Songs,
The whodunnit is far from dead; it’s having a resurgence, with two new Agatha Christie adaptations hitting big screens, and a renewed audience interest in the puzzle box narratives of
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One of the thrills of Kino-Lorber’s classic releases is their emphasis on lesser known or forgotten films, many of them in the public domain, that deserve new consideration. Jack Arnold’s
In a pivotal sequence in Birds of Prey, Roman Sionis (Ewan MacGregor) threatensHarley Quinn (Margot Robbie) with torture after he learns she’s no longer in a relationship with the Joker.