Today's 1928 classic is one of Universal's first sound productions, a creepy adaptation of the classic Victor Hugo tale and an early visual inspiration for Batman's most infamous arch-nemesis.
This 1911 silent film based on Dante's literary classic has been updated with a cool score by electronic music legends Tangerine Dream.
Today our gaze falls upon a strange, beautifully chilling film from director Carl Theodor Dreyer, based on the classic vampire tale “Carmilla.”
The director of “Nosferatu” returned to the horror genre with an amazing adaptation of the diabolical German legend. Read all about it!
In our latest installment, we examine the controversial Swedish occult film from 1922 which dramatized the myths and legends surrounding witchcraft and the devil and the real-life horrors of the Inquisition.