Shelfie: Those Terrible Box Sets!

I’m back with another peek into my silent movie collection, this time we’re diving into box sets, my absolute downfall. If you want to catch up on other “shelfie” posts, you can find them here.

I’m based in California, so these films are quite possibly region 1 or region-free. Readers living outside the region will need to check their equipment before purchasing. Also, some of these boxes have been released in other regions, so check that out as well.

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Here Are the Movie Mistakes Audiences Complained About 100 Years Ago

Movies have a way of infuriating audiences these days, especially if there are perceived errors to pick at (and forcing filmmakers to respond). But movie audiences were perfectly capable of publicly kvetching even before the internet or sound movies. Today, we’re going to be airing some grievances from the January 1918 edition of Photoplay Magazine.

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Cooking with the (Silent) Stars: Harry Houdini’s Deviled Eggs (RECIPE FAIL)

I’m cooking my way through the 1929 Photoplay Cookbook but I sometimes take detours along the way. I’m going to be dusting off a recipe that I made a year ago but was so bad that I decided to bury it. But then I realized that my most popular recipes are really gross, so here we go!

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