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EFC II #31 - Rope (1948)

The Epic Film Challenge II
#31 – Rope (1948)
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Starring: James Stewart, John Dall, Farley Granger, Joan Chandler, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Constance Collier, Douglas Dick, Edith Evanson… 36 more words

Epic Film Challenge

List: The Best Directors

Two weeks ago, I started publishing posts related to the 80th anniversary of the Directors Guild of America. First, I posted a copy of their list of the 80 best directed films of the last 80 years, giving my feedback regarding the list and my rating for the direction of each film on it. 305 more words


Dial M for Murder (1954) Review

The reason Dial M for Murder is so effective is because if it’s simplicity. It isn’t a huge, complicated and overly stylised movie. It predominantly takes place in one room and really only concerns five key characters. 425 more words


DCA's Hollywood Tower Hotel Under New Management

The recent news of the Guardians of the Galaxy makeover of the iconic Tower of Terror (TOT) ride at Disney’s California Adventure has many, if not most, fans of the attraction up in arms. 171 more words

General Entertainment

Why was there only one Alfred Hitchcock?

On Sunday, while chilling out after lunch over a nice cup of coffee, with my family, we watched a romantic comedy called “Holiday”. I must admit, the film, among other of its genre I have watched not so long ago, had a unique sense of humour and a great character creation. 1,248 more words


What Wednesday #7

What Wednesday is where I talk about what I’m watching, reading, playing, listening to, because for some reason I think that might interest you. Today I watch some old as crap movies with the Criterion Collection–a Hitchcock war propaganda film, two of the strangest movies I’ve ever seen, and the most terrifying movie you ever saw as a kid (no, not  787 more words

What Wednesday

100 Greatest Scenes Number 23: The Shower Scene

Views from the Sofa’s 100 Greatest Scenes is a list of the 100 greatest moments in the movies. This could be long introductions, moments of action or great dialogue between characters. 557 more words