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Blade Runner is still an awesome movie

I love the strange, the surreal and the bizarre in film, as long as it’s told with strong narrative, interesting characters and beautiful camera work. Blade Runner has all of everything I love in cinema, twisted together into a film noir futuristic sci-fi, set in the distant year of 2019. 607 more words


Book Review: Hitchcock Lost and Found: The Forgotten Films

Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky

Release Date: March 6, 2015

“Our aim has been to examine successive stages of Hitchcock’s career in a level-headed way, finding out as much as possible about the material from his early years in the industry that still remains lost and providing solid data about a wider range of lost or neglected or otherwise problematic material…

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Alfred Hitchcock

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Who Remembers the Med Movies on Friday Nights?

Reid Dickie

“We have been transmogrified from mad bodies dancing on hillsides to a pair of eyes staring in the dark.” – Jim Morrison

Two years at Ryerson in Toronto had opened my eyes to all kinds of films from W.C. 429 more words


4 Movies to Stream on Netflix | March

4 Movies Streaming on Netflix | March

I know, real original blog post, but if you’re anything like me then you’re in constant need of something new to watch. 561 more words

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