Austin over at Bishop Reviews is hosting Classic Movie Week – 7 days, 7 classic movies, 7 writers – and was kind enough to let me review one of my personal favorites, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari! You can check it out above and then stick around and browse his site. Austin’s wicked cool and covers not just movies but t.v. shows and we’ve had fun geeking out over things like Raising Hope and Once Upon a Time. Good guy, that Austin. 🙂 Thanks again!!
Misty Layne is a fantastic person who you might know from CinemaSchminema. She reviews all kinds of movies, though most have names like Alice in Murderland, Thankskilling and Killer School Girls from Outer Space. Those reviews not only make the website unique, but their honest, casual nature makes CinemaSchminema one of my favorite review sites out there, even though I haven’t seen half the movies she’s review. This makes me even happier to say that she was able to take time out of her busy life to review the classic, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari was, I believe, the first silent film I ever saw and to be quite honest, it kind of blew me away. If you’re not familiar with this film, it’s a 1920 German film that’s widely touted as being one of the first horror movies…
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Nice review. It’s been years since I’ve seen this, and I really should revisit it soon.
Thank you! It’s a fabulous film, one of my favorites. 🙂
I liked this movie the one time I saw it, but that was maybe 20 years ago.
You should watch again!! 🙂 And then come back and tell us what you thought of it.