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'The Batman' Director Matt Reeves Wants Film To Be Inspired By Hitchcock

It felt like it was only yesterday when we were getting news about the downfall of Ben Affleck’s The Batman over at Warner Bros. From Affleck disliking the script and reports stating the scripts in general weren’t up to par with the star’s standards only for Affleck to drop out of directing the film to focus on the acting portion. 364 more words

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Maniac (1980, dir. William Lustig)

A mother-obsessed New York loner goes on a killing spree. De Palma-ish slasher, with the expected Hitchcock and giallo references. Maniac works because of its grubby style, its still-effective gore, decent direction, and a sweaty central performance.

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Plain, Simple Tom reviews . . . "10 Cloverfield Lane" (2016)

Another well received film of yesteryear, 10 Cloverfield Lane was one of those films that I had heard some good things about (I even blindly added John Goodman to my “Best Performances of 2016” list, based solely on the general buzz I was getting from fellow bloggers) but I decided to leave it, mainly because I hadn’t seen… 590 more words

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The Charm of 'So Long at the Fair'

In one of my first posts for this blog, I talked about my love for Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes. When I was a teenager, I was shown a film which, in plot, is quite similar –  845 more words

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