May 14, 2013 · Posted in Legends  

Movie blogging in April was dominated by thoughts on the death of a much-loved critical voice in the film community, accompanied by some solid writing on Golden Age classics of  the screen.

Turner Classics “morlock” Susan Doll contributed a typically sharp and well-researched look at the unwritten censorship of Hollywood films long before the notorious Pre-Code era.

Jeremy Richey wrote a fascinating new take on the social criticism embedded in Murnau’s 1922 groundbreaking vampire chiller Nosferatu: A Symphony of Terror on the Moon in the Gutter blog.

J. Gabriel, writing as “monstergirl, ” presented an epic interpretation of Edgar Ulmer’s 1934 The Black Cat on The Last Drive-In site.

David and Kristin Bordwell pooled their considerable talents to offer a heartfelt personal goodbye to the late Roger Ebert.

Find a kindred soul and share a look at these fascinating and well-written links.

May 3, 2013 · Posted in Legends