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Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon: I Confess (1953) - Life of this City Girl

Well howdy do, folks? I have great pleasure in welcoming Natasha back today for another review in this ongoing Alfred Hitchcock blogathon. She previously did  624 more words


Did You Know...? The Skin of Our Teeth • 2004

As David Lan’s revival of Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer prize-winning play,  The Skin of Our Teeth, begins its run at the Young Vic , with… 218 more words

The Skin Of Our Teeth

The Boys of Summer... Suddenly, Last Summer.

I wonder if it’s for the best that the trilogy of acclaimed Tennessee Williams plays of the 1950s were all directed by different people, lest their power with themes of the repressed queer, simmering madness, and familial tensions be put into a lone director’s wheelhouse and criticized for repetitiveness. 811 more words


Movie Review: I Confess


Year: 1953

Filming: Black & White

Length: 95 minutes

Genre: Drama/Inspirational/Religious/Suspense

Maturity: PG (for intense thematic elements)

Cast: Montgomery Clift (Fr. Michael Logan), Anne Baxter (Ruth Grandfort), O.E. 1,344 more words


Another unicorn, and another act of bravery

Yes, you are still reading the right blog. Despite our frequent digressions these days into whimsical subjects such as mermaids, unicorns, and valiance, this has yet to become a website focused on writing GoT -themed fan fiction. 1,850 more words