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Someone Behind the Door (1971)

In the late sixties and early seventies action superstar Charles Bronson found himself like many contemporaries in Europe making films, no doubt due to the success Clint Eastwood had in the Leone films.While overseas Bronson made 2 films that were surprisingly in the Hitchcock mold. 376 more words

Daily Take

Goodbye Again (1961)

Beautiful! Great voice and looks.

In 1961, Perkins received considerable critical acclaim for his performance in the film Goodbye Again, opposite Ingrid Bergman,  a performance which won him the Best Actor Award at the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.   48 more words


Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Samuel S. Hinds, actor (1875-1948)
See Samuel S. Hinds today in The Big Shakedown (1934) at 9:30AM (ET). The Big Shakedown all features Bette Davis whose birthday is tomorrow. 38 more words

Classic Hollywood Birthdays

The Trial (1962)

I know people talk highly of Orson Welles’ The Trial but this film is a real mess. I think a lot of the praise comes from the combination of Kafka and Welles–like peanut butter and jelly these are two tastes that taste great together!. 302 more words

Psycho Review

The start of the film is my favourite bit as I love how it starts of very calm and content. It starts of with a young woman called Marion Crane who works as a receptionist and is in love with with a guy who she meets up with secretly named Sam Loomis and they talk about how they cant afford to get married. 505 more words