Mar 31, 2020
David and Fiona explore the Titanic's onscreen voyages, concentrating on two Hollywood versions, one British, and one from Nazi Germany. Jean Negulsco, James Cameron, Roy Baker and Herbert Selpin get their due.
Oct 27, 2019
Celluloid visions of Jack the Ripper (three versions of The Lodger, the crazy Klaus Kinski one, two televisual conspiracy theories, and the awful From Hell movie, among others) are examined in the light of Hallie Rubenfold's book The Five: The Untold Stories of the women Killed by Jack the Ripper.
May 2, 2019
David and Fiona attend the Hippodrome Silent Film Festival in Bo'ness, Scotland, and David speaks to fellow guests:
Ian Chodikoff (all the way from Canada)
Lawrence Napper who delivered a marvelous special lecture on working women in silent cinema
Dr. Melanie Selfe, another film professor
Apr 10, 2019
Fiona and David look at Jordan Peele's Us, its themes, meaning, plot twists. Spoilers galore. Warning warning!