Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror, starring Max Schrek, 1922

Nosferatu

Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror, 1922

A film by F.W. Murnau

An all-time horror favorite, this silent film was originally an unauthorized, but riveting, retelling of Bram Stoker’s classic novel of love, loss and the undead. This is the most complete version in circulation, since the author’s widow demanded its destruction following successful lawsuits in the 1920s. Starring Max Schreck, who delivers a brilliant performance as the forlorn vampire, Count Orlok. (Browse our Movie Archive)

The File On Thelma Jordan, starring Barbara Stanwyck, 1950

The file on Thelma Jordan

The File On Thelma Jordan, 1950

A film by Robert Siodmak

The legendary screen actress Barbara Stanwyck portrays Thelma Jordan, a mysterious woman who starts an affair with a married district attorney. Her dangerous plans could ruin him, but despite her scheme, will she listen to the better angels of her nature and do the right thing? Film Noir. (Browse our Movie Archive)

The Hitch-Hiker, a film by Ida Lupino, 1953

The Hitch-Hiker, 1953

The Hitch-Hiker, 1953

A film by Ida Lupino

If you and your friend are driving along and decide to pick up a hitch-hiker–don’t! That’s what the guys in this film noir did. But he turned out to be a demented, escaped convict, with a gun. Don’t you hate it when that happens? By the way, it’s a true story, so be careful out there!  (Browse our Movie Archive)

Sobaka, a film by Nicholas Mah, 2008

Sobaka, 2008

Sobaka, 2008

A film by Nicholas Mah

“SOBAKA is the thrilling story of a lonely Russian immigrant trying to find the “American dream” in present day Los Angeles. To provide care for his dying sister he works as an assistant to a mysterious and dangerous man, but his desire to achieve something more takes him down a dark and risky path. When a seductive call girl enters his life his world is thrown upside down and the choices he makes may have deadly consequences.” (IMDB.com)

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Scream Bloody Murder, a film by Marc B. Ray, 1973

Scream Bloody Murder, a film by Marc B. Ray, 1973

Scream Bloody Murder, 1973

A film by Marc B. Ray

“A disturbed boy kills his father with his farm tractor and his arm is mangled in the process. He’s taken to a mental hospital where he’s outfitted with a hook to replace his lost hand and, years later, he’s eventually released from the asylum. He returns home to find his mother has remarried, which sets him off on a murderous rampage.” (IMDB)

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How Awful About Allan, starring Anthony Perkins, 1970

How awful about Allan, starring Anthony Perkins, 1970

How Awful About Allan, 1970

A film by Curtis Harrington

A man (Anthony Perkins) is blamed for a terrible, fatal fire, and spends time in an institution. Upon his release, he attempts to get his life back together, but struggles with his sanity. Is someone trying to drive him mad? (Browse our Movie Archive)

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