Nov 27, 2012
Tricia's retro film review: House by the River
House by the River is the 1950 Gothic film directed by Fritz Lang. Stephen Byrne is a writer who is struggling to write a new story.
7 Picks from Week Two of the San Francisco International Film Festival
The San Francisco International Film Festival hit its halfway mark last night, but there are still plenty of sights yet to be seen at this city's largest film bash.
Highlights from the San Francisco International Film Festival
Dead Again British renaissance filmmaker Kenneth Branagh receives the Founder's Directing Award, followed by a screening of his 1991 LA-set film noir.
The Skin I Live In
Pedro Almodovar tries his hand at psychological horror, modeling this sicko thriller on Fritz Lang's low-budget, postwar nightmares and, more specifically, Georges Franju's eerie Eyes Without a Face .
The Village Voice
The American Films of Mad Genius Fritz Lang Expand Genres
Fritz Lang may not be Hollywood's greatest genre director-I'd nominate Don Siegel -but, as the mad genius of juvenile trash, Lang stands alone as a genre inventor.