4 items from 2014
Written by Niven Busch
Directed Raoul Walsh
In a small, dilapidated home in the middle of the New Mexico desert, the beautiful but worried Thor Callum (Theresa Wright) arrives to convene with her on-the-run lover Jeb Rand (Robert Mitchum). From whom or what he is fleeing is unclear at first, but he seems convinced that the conclusion to his arduous adventure is near. In the calm before the approaching storm, Jeb recounts the tale from the beginning to fill in Thor and the audience on all the details. As a child, Jeb is adopted by Thor’s mother (Judith Anderson) when the latter found him asleep and alone under a trapdoor in his home, the same place seen in the opening sequence. Unaware of how or why his family died, Jeb is haunted by mysterious visions of the eventful night through much of his life while living on »
- Edgar Chaput
Happy birthday to the glamorous Kim Novak, who is 81 today. It’s impossible to think of Novak without remembering her shock blonde super-coif in Vertigo (not to mention the way she werrrrrked Edith Head‘s form-sucking pencil skirts), and thus, it’s impossible to think of Novak without remembering the great female roles in Hitchcock movies. Here are my picks for the 10 best.
This is sort of a gonzo first pick, but give it up: The Lady Vanishes rules and Dame May Whitty, with all her grandmotherly charms, is just a subversive ol’ hoot as the bad-ass spy who sets up the intrigue of the story. This is the kind of role Margaret Rutherford would win an Oscar for. You underestimate the depth of how much she kicks ass.
Is it wild? Oh, yes. Is it sometimes a little embarrassing? »
- Louis Virtel
Ja from Mnpp here with a fun new weekly game for us to play!
One of the reasons I love horror films is because more than most genres they give us the chance to see how movies can manipulate their audience into morally tricky identification territory. I find it fascinating, from a psychological standpoint, seeing how a master like say Alfred Hitchcock can use cinema to turn the simple act of mopping up a bathroom into widespread criminal complicity. Some times the bad guys are just so much more interesting than the good guys, ya know? So that's what this here series is about - I'm going to give you a film's protagonist and its antagonist, list a couple of their pros and their cons, and then you're gonna tell me whose team you're on. This week I give you...
Mrs. Danvers vs. The Second Mrs. de Winter in Rebecca »
New Criminal Minds season 9,episode 15 official spoilers,plotline revealed by CBS. Recently, CBS dished out the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Criminal Minds" episode 15 of season 9. The episode is entitled, "Mr. & Mrs. Anderson," and it sounds like things will get quite intriguing as the Bau crew takes a look into several new murders, and more. In the new,15th episode press release: The Bau are going to investigate a series of murders near Pittsburgh,focusing on unsurbs who are working as a team. Press release number 2: When the Bau investigates several murders in the Pittsburgh area, the team is going to search for a pair of UnSubs working as a team. Also, Garcia and Morgan will share their Valentine’s Day plans for their respective significant others. Guest stars will feature: Stephen Simon (Sam), Rochelle Aytes (Savannah), Ned Bellamy (Alan Anderson), Mary Mara (Judith Anderson), Wendy Davis »
4 items from 2014
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