The Woman in the Window (1944) Fritz Lang
At his speech at Noir City DC last month, Eddie Muller mentioned five pivotal film noir movies that were all released in 1944. One of those films is Fritz Lang’s The Woman in the Window. (Can you guess the other four without clicking on the link?)
I know a lot of people watch many more movies than I do, but in March, I averaged a movie a day every day, mainly due to being sick for a week and attending the Annapolis Film Festival (but not at the same time!). This post will not include any of the festival films, which I plan to review and post individually. “Movies Watched in March 2015 Part I” can be viewed here.
Dr. Mabuse, The Gambler (1922) Fritz Lang
Masters of Cinema Blu-ray (UK)
As is the case with many film bloggers, I have no real credentials to review any movie with any degree of authority or expertise. I just love films (and comics, which is the other side of my blog. I’m no expert in that area, either.) and love writing about them. Having said that, Dr. Mabuse, The Gambler is certainly a film that I have no business reviewing; I just want to tell you what I love about it and hope you’ll want to see it as well.