A Buster Keaton classic (aren’t they all?) where at his graduation he receives the wrong diploma. This is actually helpful to him because it gets him a job he uses to impress a lady he’s sweet on by installing electricity into their house. Of course, he actually has no idea what he’s doing. Comedy ensues…
This is (I think?) the oldest and most terrifying version of L. Frank Baum’s classic story of a girl finding herself a long way from her home in Kansas. Why is this movie in the Sci-Fi / Horror section? Because Dorothy’s animal companions freak me out. Their costumes look bizarre and it seems like the animals […]
Buster Keaton and his new wife try to build a new home for themselves using a kit. But it looks like something is a bit off with the component numbering…
Buster Keaton plays a closet detective who works as a film projectionist. When he is framed for stealing his girlfriend’s father’s pocket watch by a rival, he let’s his detective persona out of the closet.
Buster Keaton inadvertently becomes part of a Native American tribe in the middle of fighting off some wealthy white oil people who want their land.
Here is an Austrian silent film from the 1920’s where a famous pianist loses both of his hands. He is able to get them replaced, only to find out they are the former hands of a murderer. Then all s**t breaks loose.
This is Charlie Chaplin’s first screen role, where he plays a woman loving swindler.
This is Charlie Chaplin’s 24th movie, filmed and released in 1914. Charlie Chaplin plays the Tramp. A girl sitting with a seaman on a bench moves the bench where the Tramp is sitting. This stirs up a brick fight between the seaman and the tramp, inadvertently hitting and bringing into the fight some nearby policemen. All […]
Charlie Chaplin plays an alcoholic who comes to a health clinic to sober up, toting a rather large amount of alcohol with him. While there, both Chaplin and his alcohol begin to cause problems and chaos in the health spa. Chaplin’s alcohol has been getting the staff drunk, who are then forced to pour it […]