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“The Professor” Is In: Guillermo del Toro on Rebecca

He’s funny, disarming, a genial presence that belies the disturbing sensibility he harbours within. But even more than that, Guillermo del Toro knows his shit. TIFF’s been offering a series of Gothic Master Classes with the renowned director, the last one happening on Monday, August 31st. 1,228 more words

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Rebecca - Movie Review

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Rebecca is directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Description as written on IMDb: A self-conscious bride is tormented by the memory of her husband’s dead first wife. 1,844 more words

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FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL: GUILLERMO DEL TORO'S GOTHIC CLASS at TIFF LIGHTBOX

Although school doesn’t officially start for another couple of weeks, Toronto cinephiles can get some higher learning starting tonight, as Guillermo Del Toro returns to… 376 more words

Suspicion (1941) The Ending

Suspicion has always fascinating me. Containing what may possibly be the worst tacked-on ending I have ever seen, it nevertheless always seemed to me to be just a breath away from brilliance. 1,492 more words

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Letter from an Unknown Woman

Letter from an Unknown Woman was one of the many films I first became aware of by watching A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese through American Movies… 895 more words

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Jane Eyre (1943)

I long ago reconciled myself to the fact that no film adaptation can really do justice to Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre, and I’ve seen six of them so far. 1,123 more words

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Film Review: "Suspicion" (1941) ★★★★★

Can you imagine Cary Grant as a villain… or perhaps the one who plots the murder of his wife? Nevertheless, in Alfred Hitchcock’s movie anything is possible. 599 more words

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