Category: The Classics

Doused in lust and obsession, Vertigo remains one of cinema’s defining mystery films by revealing Hitchcock’s darkest fantasies. Zachary Cruz-Tan Vertigo is possibly the greatest of Alfred Hitchcock’s films because...
Josip Knezevic Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) What if the end of the world could be started by the push of...
Zachary Cruz-Tan Alfred Hitchcock directed almost seventy films in his fifty-one-year career, which began in the silent era and ended at about the same time disco music was running out...
John Ford’s The Searchers is a sprawling western, with heroes, villains and victims, except some of the lines are not so clear. Zachary Cruz-Tan In very much the same way...
Grab your Gladiator helmet and take a trip back to the ancient age of empires; the legend of Spartacus lives on in what remains one of the most tremendous epics...
Sidney Lumet’s debut feature remains a benchmark in minimalist, dialogue-driven filmmaking, as Henry Fonda reminds us why we value human life. Zachary Cruz-Tan Twelve grown men are confined to a...