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Friday Night Movie Recommendation: The House of The Devil

Friday again, and have I got a movie for you! My dear friend Emma over at emmakwall(explains it all) watched this recently and reviewed it… 925 more words


Like Stepped Out of La Dolce Vita

“…She looked like she stepped out of
La Dolce Vita
I immediately tried to cool it
With her dad…”

Bob Dylan
Motorpsycho Nightmare

From Another Side of Bob Dylan… 54 more words


Monstrosity, Horror, and the Blind Spot in Rosemary's Baby (1968)

Some film scholars have divided the history of horror cinema into pre- and post-Psycho periods, suggesting that Hitchcock’s 1960 film represented a thematic shift that had a lasting impact on the genre. 2,147 more words


Day 138: At The Movies With Stace

Last night, I ate a swede. Swede (n): like a potato, but about 47 times more bland. Not even I can get 500 words out of this boring ass vegetable, so I’m moving swiftly along to the films I’ve seen in the past few days. 762 more words

The One Where I Pretend To be Jimmy Stewart And Fail Spectacularly

Hitchcock was always famous for being an amazing, ground breaking director. Absolutely he was, but he was also a massive misogynistic knobhead who behaved evilly to his wife after she got pregnant and flaunted his emotional affairs in her face every day. 494 more words

Kayaking the Salt Marshes of Hitchcock, Texas - Bayou Vista

If you are from around the Houston metro area, I am sure that you are like us and have driven down I-45 south to Galveston Island. 584 more words

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'Stories my Mother never told me' edited by Alfred Hitchcock - A review 

Stories my Mother never told me is a collection of short stories drawn together by the great filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. Acclaimed for his work in the genre of suspense or thriller films, it is correct to assume that the works in this compilation are the type of tales associated with Hitchcock’s creations. 350 more words