This was one of the earliest horror movies and depicted a world like the dream of an insane person.
A surprisingly modern silent film about the terror of not being special.
Probably the best known surrealist avant garde movie, co-created by none other than Salvador Dalí. He wanted it to piss everyone off, and was annoyed that people seemed to like it.
A rediscovered silent classic featuring an iconic central performance by Louise Brooks as its doomed heroine
This curiosity of a movie featuring only native actors from Bora-Bora turned out to be F.W. Murnau’s final film.
A movie that has gone down in cinema legend as a partially lost masterpiece, which I today found more interesting than entertaining.
It’s the very first blockbuster, but unfortunately I can’t emphasize enough how racist it is. However racist you think it is, it is way more racist than that.
A very early drama about the effects of poverty from the first famous female director.
This might be the earliest movie we ever discuss on this site. Should you watch it? Spoilers: probably.
The final appearance of Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp character somehow remains both funny and relevant.