Trevor reviews Byron Haskin's Too Late for Tears, just out on home video from Flicker Alley in a lovely restoration. Read the full post.
Once his first movie contract, with Keystone, terminated, Charlie Chaplin moved on quickly to a new one-year contract with the Essanay Film Manufacturing Company. There he made fourteen films, all included in Flicker Alley's exceptional Chaplin's Essanay Comedies, Flicker Alley's third (and final) comprehensive Chaplin release. Read the full post.
Flicker Alley continues to intrigue and impress with another monumental, eclectic omnibus release: Masterworks of American Avant-garde Experimental Film 1920 - 1970. Read the full post.
In 1916, Chaplin signed on with a new studio, the Mutual Film Corporation, and became the highest paid entertainer in the world. In a lovingly compiled dual-format home video release, Flicker Alley presents beautiful restorations of all twelve of the films Chaplin made at Mutual. Trevor looks at Flicker Alley's Chaplin's Mutual Comedies. Read the full post.
I'm planning on making the next few months Chaplin months because there's a special book coming out a bit later this year: The Charlie Chaplin Archives from Taschen. For those of you who do not know Taschen, it is an "art book" publisher that specializes in large, detailed, photo-heavy tomes on a variety of subjects. My wife loves [...]
Flicker Alley's giant The Mack Sennett Collection, Volume One is one of the best (because it's important, because it's historic, because it's absolutely delightful) home video sets I've encountered this year (though it came out in 2014). Read the full post.