My first experience with Alfred Hitchcock wasn’t actually with the work of the man himself. When I was a child, my grandparents lived in Waukegan, a suburb of Chicago, and I would often spend a month or two with them every summer. 900 more words
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For the month of
November Noirvember, I’ve decided to catch up with some classic pieces of film noir, the American 1940s-50s movement devoted to cynical fast talking anti-heroes, predatory femme fatales, smoky back rooms, “one last scores,” and dark shadowy pasts. 965 more words
This one is often named one of the greatest cult films of all time, it’s tops with us! Director Robert Aldrich’s Kiss Me Deadly is a film noir gem and it is about as noir as they get. 90 more words
The only horror film to be released on Halloween weekend happens to be a horror comedy, and maybe that’s not so bad. While the children are trick-or-treating with their parents, young adults can go to the movies and watch some teenagers quip while being chased by zombies. 501 more words
It’s the zombie apocalypse! Come on, we’re scouts! We’re trained for this!
Despite wide spreading Zombie-fatigue, this flick actually looks worthwhile. Writer/director Christopher Landon’s new horror comedy, which appears to be in the vein of… 199 more words