Tales of Liberace. . . I mean, Hoffman

Over the weekend, I watched George Romero’s favorite film, Tales of Hoffman. Released in 1951, Tales of Hoffman is an operatic re-telling of three romantic misadventures (along with a framing story) of the eighteenth-century poet E.T.A. Hoffman. Whenever he is interviewed, Romero makes a point to talk about Hoffman and the impression it made on him asContinue reading “Tales of Liberace. . . I mean, Hoffman”