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Review - The Lonely Man

For the ‘L’ film of the Alphabet Challenge, we go to the 1957 black and white western The Lonely Man. Directed by Henry Levin, the film was written by the pairing of Harry Essex and Robert Smith. 182 more words

Film Review

Elvis Perkins. while you were sleeping.

Son of actor Anthony Perkins (Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho). His mother, a photographer, died on 9/11 (a passenger of one of the flights that hit the Twin Towers). 133 more words


A psycho for Psycho ❤

Well, what?! I meant. . .i am totally a psycho for that psycho series. Anthony Perkins, wish i have known you :(

Until we meet in the afterlife, tho’, i will enjoy psycho III, as i didn’t yet get to see this one. 41 more words


Film Review: Psycho (1960)

Release Date: July 16th, 1960 (DeMille Theatre premiere)
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by: Joseph Stefano
Based on: Psycho by Robert Bloch
Music by: Bernard Hermann… 504 more words


President Trump Came Through With Flying Colors With His Selection Of Judge Neil Gorsuch For The Supreme Court: Fantastic!

At the time of the presidential campaign not only did candidate Trump have to win over a certain amount of Democrats to win the election but he also had to win over a certain portion of his own Republican Party who were uncertain if they would vote for him. 491 more words

Review: Murder on the Orient Express (1974)

Agatha Christie, Sidney Lumet, Ingrid Bergman, Sean Connery, Albert Finney, what could possibly go wrong? Well, it wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t as good as I expected. 385 more words


Michael Jackson Loved Robert Burns. Who Knew?

My most interesting discovery in researching my Immortal Memory speech for this year’s Burns Supper was finding out that Michael Jackson loved Scotland’s celebrated bad boy bard Robert Burns enough to put Burns’ two-hundred-year-old songs to contemporary music and plan a musical with Anthony Perkins producing and Gene Kelly directing. 201 more words