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Play It As It Lays (1972)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 2 out of 10

4-Word Review: Her life is empty.

If there ever was a title that aptly described its picture it’s this one as this thing truly does just lay there like a dead body. 310 more words


Psycho killer, qu'est-ce que c'est?

Given its minimal haul of critical attention[1] and negligible impact on Western popular culture[2], I thought I might launch this blog by furrowing my brow at a 54-year-old obscurity.  5,200 more words

Anthony Perkins

Crimes of Passion

Oh Ken Russell, you dirty old Brit. The director of films like Tommy, The Devils, Altered States, and Lisztomania certainly never shied away from the bizarre and controversial. 684 more words


Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon - Psycho (1960) - Alex Raphael

Here’s Alex from Alex Raphael for a review of probably Hitchcock’s most famous movie, Psycho for our Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon.

Thanks Alex for this great review! 480 more words

Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon

alexraphael reblogged this and commented:

There's a very fine Blogathon being hosted by Zoe and Rob of every Hitchcock film. Starting from his early black and white, silent films to his more modern masterpieces. I just had to get involved. Always interested to hear your thoughts too.

Granted, Shreve's Ingram survives duck bite

Captain Shreve’s Grant Ingram is about eclectic as linebackers come, collecting guitars and singing in theatrical productions while sometimes performing a Russian dance on the football field or fending off attack ducks. 506 more words


Event Horizon & its earlier "versions"

We’re folding space and time to connect horrors across the Universe and over 40 years of movie history with Event Horizon, It! The Terror from Beyond Space and The Black Hole… 1,568 more words


Master of Suspense?

Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock  (August 13, 1899 – April 29,  1980)

Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock aka “Master of Suspense” was a British born director known for his mastery of the suspense and psychological thriller.   756 more words

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