The Wolfman takes a bite out of the 1941 classic. But it’s suppose to. Here’s my review I wrote for OpenBookSociety. by Rose Elle Synopsis: In 1891, in Blackmoor, England, Lawrence Talbot (Benicio del Toro) returns home to his father’s estate after his brother Ben’s disappearance and subsequent brutal death. While trying to hunt down his [...]
A review on the uncut version of Fritz Lang‘s silent film Metropolis. Throw away your Metropolis DVD! The version of Fritz Lang’s sci-fi classic seen and admired by the world for nearly a century is far from the epic that the director originally envisioned. The film was significantly altered and recut after its German premiere in 1927. [...]
A look at eleven awesome creative ads. Get your creative juices flowing!
A daily dose of eye candy to highlight amazing artworks utilizing graphic design, illustration techniques or computer generated, that we find for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy! by Louisa Jenkinson, Lemur catta, 2009
The University of Stanford School of Medicine has a showcase of images of tobacco ads from the days of yore, all of which cleverly hid the hazards of smoking. I remember listening to old radio shows like ‘The Shadow” (via some updated version of media, not actually on the radio). On commercial breaks, the voice [...]
The Wolfman is being released in theaters today so here’s a look at the film sixty nine (holy crap) years ago and now. Many people reading this might not have even been alive when the first Wolf Man film was released back in 1941 which starred Clause Rains, Warren William, Ralph Bellamy, Bela Lugosi, and [...]