Ultimate Guide to the Silver Screen Era

a cinema screen

At the present time, watching movies is one of the best pastime activities for many people. With the technology that we have today, it is very easy to watch movies. Aside from visiting theaters, we can watch movies at home via online streaming platforms, not just on televisions but as well as … Read more

What Were the Hottest Pop Culture Trends of the 30s?

Florence Thompson and her children in a photograph known as Migrant Mother

Despite the devastating impact of the Great Depression (1929-late 1930s) alongside the other global and political crises, the 1930s had witnessed the emergence of several pivotal cultural trends.It was during this period that people had somewhat created an escape from the hardships and anxiety going on about. According to historians, the literature, … Read more

Spawn

Spawn –Art by Todd McFarlane

Spawn is a superhero character in the comic book series of the same name, published by Image Comics. Created by the comic book artist named Todd McFarlane, Spawn first appeared in Spawn comic series #1. This fictional hero appeared at the Wizard magazine as the 60th on the top 200 comics of … Read more

Darkman: The Master of Disguise

Darkman: The Master of Disguise

We can’t deny the fact that comic books are one of the enjoyable past time back in the day and even today. Comic superheroes like Superman, Batman, and many other heroes entertain us as they combat the mobs of evils. While most of the superheroes debuted from comic books, there are still … Read more

Guide to Charlie Chaplin’s United Artists Studios Films

Poster of Charlie Chaplin’s most accomplished film, City Lights

In 1923, Chaplin started working with United Artists studios – an American television digital production company the he helped he co-found. Also known as United Artists Corporation (UA), it was founded in 1919 by D. W. Griffin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, and Charlie Chaplin.  When Chaplin started releasing his films in United … Read more

Guide to Charlie Chaplin’s British Production Films

Image of Charlie Chaplin (right) and Jack Lemmon (left) in 1972 at Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

In 1952, Charlie Chaplin traveled to Britain to promote the premiere of his film, Limelight. Through-out the tour, Chaplin learned that he had been refused a re-entry visa to the United States because of the political allegations at that time. Unable to return to the United States, Chaplin made his last two … Read more

Guide to Charlie Chaplin’s Movies with Mutual Film Corporation

Guide to Charlie Chaplin's Movies with Mutual Film Corporation

After Chaplin’s course with the film studio Essanay, he signed a new contract with a different motion picture company – Mutual Film Corporation. Mutual is known for producing some of the greatest Charlie Chaplin films. Mutual Film Corporation was founded in 1912 – by a team of American businessmen. Similar to other … Read more