Showing 38 search results for "Fantasy"
MunchhausenDirector: Josef von Baky
A Nazi extravaganza made in response to fantasies like The Wizard of Oz. This lavish, adult fairy tale (including topless harem girls) was designed to divert the German public from the reality of the war.
Hard to be a GodDirector: Aleksei Yuryevich German
When legendary Russian auteur Aleksei German died in 2013, he left behind this extraordinary final film, a phantasmagoric adaptation of the revered sci-fi novel by the Strugatsky brothers (authors of the source novel for Tarkovsky's Stalker).
Mr. Destiny (Special Edition)Director: James Orr
Larry Burrows (James Belushi) bumps into a mysterious stranger (Michael Caine) who instantly transforms Larry's ho-hum life into his ultimate fantasy. But before long, his new lifestyle isn't so enchanting.
Dracula's Fiancee / Lost in New YorkDirector: Jean Rollin
Dracula's Fiancee stars Jacques Regis as a vampire hunter whose pursuit of the descendants of Count Dracula leads him to a convent of supernatural beings from a parallel world. Also included is Lost in New York, a modern-day Alice in Wonderland in which two siblings explore the wastelands of Manhattan.
Peter PanDirector: Herbert Brenon
Herbert Brenon (Beau Geste) directed, James Wong Howe (The Thin Man) was cinematographer, Ernest Torrence (Tol'able David) made a gorgeously robust Captian Hook, and Anna May Wong was Tiger Lily. This 1924 film of James M. Barrie's timeless play retains all its period charm.
Metropolis (2002 Restoration)Director: Fritz Lang
METROPOLIS can now be appreciated in its full glory! It is, as A. O. Scott of THE NEW YORK TIMES declared, "A fever dream of the future. At last we have the movie every would-be cinematic visionary has been trying to make since 1927."
Night TideDirector: Curtis Harrington
Mastered in HD from 35mm film elements restored by the Academy Film Archive, with support from The Film Foundation and Curtis Harrington. NIGHT TIDE remains one of the most influential indie horror films of the 1960s, launching the career of director Curtis Harrington and helping establish Dennis Hopper as one of cult cinema's most eclectic leading men. With extras including audio commentary by Harrington and Hopper and interviews with the director.
Etoile aka ÉtoileDirector: Peter Del Monte
When American ballet student Claire Hamilton (Jennifer Connelly) arrives in Budapest to attend an exclusive dance school, she soon becomes entranced with the legend of a famous dancer named Natalie who died the previous century. Soon Claire is being groomed for a fateful performance of Swan Lake that will merge past and present, with an otherworldly twist.