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♦ A Wee Tribute to a Sweet Musical Sound

Remembering No 8

A Lovely Liesl, Charmain Carr

My post remembers the lovely Charmian Carr, a much loved musical actress from my youth and childhood. 6 more words

Film Review

Book Review: It Came from the 80s!

It Came from the 80s!
By Francesco Borseti
Published by McFarland, 2016. 294 pages.

Why are there not more books like this? With all the low budget films that were made in the 80s, there has to be an over abundance of incredible and fascinating stories that us movie nerds would eat up, from the high stress levels and time constraints, to no money, to dealing with once popular actors on their way down and young ones fighting their way up, to so many other things that were just a normal part of that kind of guerilla-style of filmmaking. 537 more words

Reviews: Horror Reference Book

Past Imperfect - #415

In a rare moment of reflection, one that may or may not have been carefully devised by publicists, director Alfred Hitchcock and star Anthony Perkins discuss their current project, a lovely dissertation on misplaced values known as “Psycho”… 433 more words


P.M.R.Bonez88's Horror Slasher Movie Review: Psycho IV: The Beginning (1990)

The fourth sequel/prequel tells us about Norman Bates psycho life in Psycho IV: The Beginning. Unfortunately it didn’t go into theaters it was actually a TV movie and went to vhs. 33 more words

PMRBonez88 Movie Review


Director: Alfred Hitchcock


“One of the most famous movies of all time, and quite possibly the most influential horror film in history, Psycho traded the supernatural beings of the genre’s past – vampires, werewolves, zombies, and the like – for an all-too-human monster. 676 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Psycho (1960)

Hitchcock’s classic “comedy” featuring the world’s most famous mother’s boy is one of the most influential films ever made; every serial killer and slasher movie owes something to this, one of the true greats of cinema. 149 more words


Psycho (1960)

A Phoenix secretary steals $40,000 from her employer’s client, goes on the run and checks into a remote motel run by a young man under the domination of his mother. 82 more words