Archive for the 'Silent' Category

In this short episode, we explore the 1902 and 1910 out-of-this world exploration films. You won’t shoot your eye out listening to this one. Comment, like and subscribe. Also, please check out our videos on YouTube, search Kaz Foxsen. #podernfamily #SilentFilm

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In this episode we review the 1930 film the Unholy Three. Starring Lon Chaney. Kaz compares it to the silent version from 1925.

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Episode 38 - Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)

In this episode, we explore the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari from 1920 with a pitch man from an old carnival. Looks like this German expressionism movie brough Max's old friend to our time. 

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A civil war picture, Directed by and Starring Buster Keaton.  Also, we review a movie about a man who would do anything for the love of a good woman and his train.In this episode we discover that Buster Keaton was Max’s idol as a child. Oh yeah, Bob says "fuck". #train #BusterKeaton #CivilWar

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In Episode 10 we review Harold Lloyd's classic Never Weaken. A story of a boy who loves a girl in a "Certain City." Through a misunderstanding we have Harry in a hilarious suicide attempt with impressive stunt work. This is a short dark comedy of love, slapstick and the pursuit of happiness. #HaroldLloyd #SilentFilm

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We are on episode 1. Today's episode is "Modern Times" a review of film written, Directed and Starring Charlie Chaplin. Join us as we pull a depression era factoy worker, Max in to help us. If you want to get in touch with us, you can follow us on twitter @mttimemachine, Facebook and email us at movietheatertimemachine@gmail.com. Please subscribe on ITunes and follow us on podbean. Have fun, be good, not too good. #chaplin #silent #film #depression era

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