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Hitchcock's "The Wrong Man"

  “This is Alfred Hitchcock speaking. In the past, I have given you many kinds of suspense pictures. But this time, I would like you to see a different one. 431 more words


Review Dial M for Murder Alfred Hitchcock, Chapter Arts Centre by James Knight

Dial M for Murder, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, one of cinema’s great misanthropes, is playing this week at Chapter Arts Centre. Playing as part of the “Ray Milland Season”, Milland born Reginald Truscott-Jones in Neath, took the name Milland after Neath’s Milland Road, which is now an industrial site come train station car park, oh the Hollywood romance. 448 more words

Droplets of Champagne

I had been given way to the belief that my life would be spent alone. I was forty-three, with no career to really speak of and I knew that the menopause, would begin the slow sterilization of my body. 650 more words

Uncle Bardie's Movie of the Week: Andy Griffith took my virginity

Once a week on Monday, Uncle Bardie shares a movie with his Readers he gives a big two thumbs up. It will simply be a short excerpt or a trailer. 289 more words


"Grace of Monaco" Film Review

I have always been interested in getting to learn more about Grace Kelly since I visited her tomb in Monaco. So when this film popped out, I was instantly excited to see that Nicole Kidman would be playing Grace Kelly. 520 more words



For July Cinerarium is screening OFFING DAVID, a 2008 feature debut from American filmmaker Jeffrey Michael Bays. This low-budget film was shot throughout Sydney and the Blue Mountains in 2007 and this screening marks the Melbourne premier. 158 more words


It was a just a moment for you.

Courtesy of my vacation to San Francisco, I was finally able to visit the setting for this poem I wrote.