Sunday Jul 27
'Rear Window' turns 60
This year marks the 60th anniversary of my personal favorite Alfred Hitchcock film Rear Window , which is based on the 1942 short story It Had to Be Murder by Cornell Woolrich.
End of their Rope: Off the Wall's stylish thriller
Summer days are for cool drinks and sandy frolics; on summer nights, though, we like a good scary story.
Off the Wall Theatre tightens the noose in 'Rope'
In his program notes for the production of "Rope" that opened Thursday night at Off the Wall Theatre, director Dale Gutzman describes Alfred Hitchcock's adaptation of Patrick Hamilton's play as "simplistic and childish."
Off the Wall Theatre takes on homoerotic aspects of the classic thriller 'Rope'
Gay-themed erotic thrillers are rare enough in 2014, so audiences in 1929 must have been shocked at the premiere run of Patrick Hamilton's play Rope , about two college-age male lovers who murder a fellow student in an attempt to commit the perfect crime.
After The Spanish Civil War, The Subversive Ways To Include Gays In Cinema
The gay marriage movement may seem like a modern development but it had its roots in World War II culture.