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Melissa, you were the queen of the night

Well, yay, I’m seeing King Diamond live in October. Around three years ago they came to a city close to my area and played with Metallica. 247 more words

Movies

Film Favorites: Rear Window

Perhaps no film director has been studied, debated over, written about, psychoanalyzed, copied, butchered, chastised, and celebrated as Alfred Hitchcock. Inevitably, the question always comes up: What’s your favorite Hitchcock? 1,933 more words

Review

Anatomy of a Murder

Ambiguity, ambiguity, ambiguity. That’s the name of the game.

Film

J Brandsteter 04: Video: Liberty is Too Precious of a Thing to be Buried in books

A lot things about Mr. Smith Goes to Washington are simply inaccurate. Rarely do you see even fifty senators on floor of the U.S. Senate let alone a hundred. 299 more words

Political Cinema

J Brandsteter 04: Video: Mr Smith Goes to Washington: Liberty is Too Precious of a Thing to be Buried in Books

A lot things about Mr. Smith Goes to Washington are simply inaccurate. Rarely do you see even fifty senators on floor of the U.S. Senate let alone a hundred. 298 more words

Political Cinema

[Top Five] Hitchcock Kiss Scenes

#1 – Grace Kelly and Cary Grant in “To Catch a Thief” (Couldn’t find it in English)

#2 – Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman in “Notorious” 25 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

johnlink ranks WINCHESTER '73 (1950)

I usually don’t run out to see Westerns. I find them often to be cliched and similar. I suppose one could say that about most any genre, horror and thriller particularly, but the benefits of the Western usually don’t speak to me like the potential to find a great horror flick or a great thriller. 897 more words

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