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Epic Rap Battles of History - Director's Cut

So to speak. See what I did there?

The most recent of the Epic Rap Battles of History was Steven Spielberg vs. Alfred Hitchcock. But they couldn’t leave well enough alone… ending up with a few more directors thrown in. 111 more words

Movies

Gothic Magic in the 21st Century: A Review of Alexandra Monir's "Suspicion"

Suspicion, Alexandra Monir’s third novel, tells the story of Imogen Rockford, born to English nobility, but raised in New York City, who discovers a strange connection with her family’s estate, Rockford Manor, when she returns for the first time since the tragic accident that took her parents’ lives. 516 more words

Books

Daphne du Maurier: Rebecca

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier is one of the most thought-provoking novels ever written. Its significance as important literature of the highest rank is rarely recognized, as evidenced by the fact that most book stories, if they carry it at all, place a cheaply designed edition in the Mystery section, NOT in the Literature section where it belongs, together with  … 676 more words

Daphne Du Maurier

FRIGHTNITE FRIDAY HORROR PICKS #5

The Frightnite Friday Horror Picks of the Week are as follows:

1.  Psycho (Hitchcock, 1960).

2.  The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Hooper, 1974).

3.  The Blair Witch Project (Myrick, Sanchez, (1999). 7 more words

Movie Picks

Holiday Gift Guide: 7 DVD Sets For Every Film Buff In Your Life

A movie is great, but a bunch’a movies is better!

For today’s holiday gift guide, it’s all about that glorious silver screen. From the glitz and glamour of old Hollywood, to comedy and horror classics, these DVD sets include history’s most important and celebrated films. 342 more words

Movies

Footsteps in the Fog (1955) Stewart Granger Fest Day 4

Stewart Granger and then wife Jean Simmons journeyed to Shepperton Studios in England to star opposite each other in this cross between a Hitchcock murder mystery and a Hammer Films thriller. 477 more words

Daily Take

Braindead (1992)

Now that The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, a.k.a. the “Defining Moment” of the Lord of the Rings saga, is nearly upon us, it’s time to acknowledge that this series has been the longest con in cinema history. 682 more words

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