Tuesday, February 19, 2008

German Expressionism Collection (DVD NEWS)

From KINO INTERNATIONAL comes this great DVD collection of four eerie German silent classics, packaged in a new beautiful thin-pak box; includes: Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920), Warning Shadows (1923), The Hands of Orlac (1924), and Secrets of a Soul (1926.)

Click HERE for more info!

6 comments:

Dane said...

Thanks for the heads up! This looks like something I might enjoy.

Anonymous said...

THIS IS SOMETHING I WOULD ENJOY VERY VERY MUCH TOO. I'VE SEEN CALIGARI AND ORLAC BUT NOT THE OTHERS......... DEFINITELY CHECKING THIS OUT.

Anonymous said...

awesome box art!

The Vicar of VHS said...

Didn't they do another of these that was Cabinet, Nosferatu, and Der Golem? Or maybe that wasn't Kino...

Anyway, it looks great. I've got the Kino releast of Metropolis, and it's spectacular. Again, if only money were no object...

Horror pariah said...

Look's great.hopefully someday we'll see a Fritz Lang collection,or a collection of Conrad Veidt's horror films.

The Vicar of VHS said...

I know Kino put out "The Man Who Laughs" with Veidt, which is currently on my netflix queue...may have to bump that one up.

Veidt's a pretty incredible actor, in both silent and spoken roles. His turn as the head Nazi in Casablanca is just one of the many perfect things about that film. :)