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The Hitchcock Haul: Notorious (1946)

Starring two of my very favorite Hitchcock regulars, Notorious is a visually stunning black and white espionage about a woman stuck between and rock and a Nazi. 857 more words


The Mechanic: Resurrection

While you get what you would expect from the next installment in the franchise, the biggest let down isn’t the terrible script, cringe worthy dialogue or how appalling reliant it is on CGI – the real bugbear is just how boring it is! 357 more words


The Summer of 1816 On Film


n the summer of 1816, as skies darkened across the world following a volcanic eruption, a group of Romantic writers –Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, her soon-to-be husband Percy Shelley, Lord Byron, and John William Polidori — gathered in a house on the shores of Lake Geneva and told one another ghost stories. 471 more words


Hold On To Yourself | Film

Resistance is not to be seen.
Resistance is not to be heard.
Resistance is not to be smelled.
Resistance is not to be touched.
Resistance is invisible. 65 more words


Pure Imagination: Remembering Gene Wilder

Music Movies & Moods is a regular free-form column in which Matt Melis explores the cracks between where art and daily life meet. 

“I was already having a bad day,” … 1.089 more words

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