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Hitchcock, Chaplin, Lions and Sexism: Tippi Hedren at the Viennale | Filmmaker Magazine

When I meet Tippi Hedren in Vienna, we’re with a handful of other journalists for nearly an hour-long roundtable interview. There are less than ten of us, but… 13 more words


Blue and Green should never be (screen) seen

Edith Head’s green suit is worn by Tippi Hedren throughout The Birds (1963) with one very quick change into a nightgown. Its colour falls into relief against the blue-green Bodega Bay hills, sea and skyline, at times distinct and at times almost camouflage, as if Melanie Daniels is a surface on which to project the film’s themes of nature, tradition and modernity. 207 more words

Literary Lenormand: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

So, I went to the library, because I had books on hold. Two of them. Fantasy novels! And then I remembered that I haven’t written a Literary Lenormand post in awhile. 177 more words


A lifestyle that's for the birds

Yesterday, a friend and I went hopping all around Wichita scouting locations for some photoshoots that will be featured on the next year’s catalog of books from… 604 more words


Ten truly terrifying films

What’s Halloween without a top ten scary films post, ammiright? I always find these posts interesting to read because we’re all scared by different things. Take a gander at the ten films that have freaked me out (as always, in no particular order) and let me know what scares you on the big screen. 540 more words


What Scares Me? Volume One: Animals

In the (not quite) immortal words of the Kurgen, “Happy Halloween, Ladies!” (and gentlemen.)

There are quite a few horror movies that I am almost proud to say I don’t find scary. 715 more words