Serena Scateni pulls out the imperialist practices afoot in Lang's 1919 Madame Butterfly adaptation, Harakiri.
Cathy Brennan finds that Dr Mabuse and The Wolf of Wall Street's Jordan Belfort have a lot in common.
Katie Hogan asks whether the woman-as-robot character in fiction can only be in the image of the Maria-bot in Metropolis.
Joseph Owen finds only despair and prison anxiety in the works of William Faulkner and serial killer thriller M.
Fedor Tot investigates why Fritz Lang's moral ambiguity influenced so many, but could be skilfully deployed by so few.
Patrick Preziosi finds Lang's immediate influence in two 1950s Columbia noir films: Don Siegel's The Lineup and Edward Dmytryk's The Sniper.
Tom Atkinson finds the Lang in one of the German auteur's most prolific spiritual descendants: Johnnie To.
Ben Flanagan breaks down Fritz Lang's Abbey Road: the large-scale political quagmire of The Indian Epic.