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Lake Cowichan Gazette
Premature Reviews of 10 Apparently Great Movies I Have Never Seen
I have seen a lot of movies. Like, way too many... and then again, I haven't seen many, many films that everyone must consider to be the sort of epics you can't die without sacrificing and hour or two for.
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
The Cleveland Orchestra announces three-concert "At the Movies"
Back by popular demand, the Cleveland Orchestra announces "At the Movies" with three concerts scheduled for the 2014-2014 season.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Phoenix receives seven bids to redevelop 'Psycho' building downtown
The city of Phoenix has received seven proposals for the redevelopment of the Barrister Place Building and adjacent land parcels in downtown Phoenix.
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.
At first glance, I thought the new horror/slasher film "Stage Fright" was a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's movie of the same name.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
What If Nature Turned On Us?
I had the pleasure of seeing an eye-popping movie this weekend, "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes."
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."
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Take as many steps as necessary to see - The 39 Steps' in Huron
Four actors are putting on a master class in comic timing and multi-tasking in the Huron Playhouse's hugely entertaining production of "The 39 Steps," the company's next to last show this season, set in 1935 England and Scotland.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Magic City Morning Star
M. Stevens-David Review: 'Let Me Tell You a Story' Charles Keith Hardman
Let Me Tell You a Story is a collection of short stories that takes the reader on a different kind of journey than is offered through today's mainstream media.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
The Star Press
John Carlson: Where have all our hummingbirds gone?
Back at our house, we've been suffering from hummingbird envy. Well, mostly my wife has.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
'Psycho' Daughter Slept And Ate Next To Mom's Corpse For 3 Years
It was terrifying enough when police this week found skeletal remains in a woman's New York City apartment and learned that they belonged to the tenant's mother.
Mel Brooks zings Alfred Hitchcock in 1977's 'High Anxiety': Indie & art house films
"High Anxiety," Brooks' tribute and send-up of Alfred Hitchcock movies, is an inconsistent blend.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
411 Movies Top 5 7.11.14: Top 5 Animal Movies and TV Shows
The 411mania writers were given the following instructions: This week's topic is what are the Top 5 animal movies or TV shows ? Birds aren't scary.
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.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Trend Hunter Magazine
Hitchcockian Shoe Hunts - Playing the Hitchcock Obsession Unlocks...
The Hitchcock Obsession is a unique experience made by the French creative team Chapristi that brings together Sir Alfred Hitchcock and Christian Louboutin in an unofficial tribute.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Watch 'The Lodger,' the First True Thriller Alfred Hitchcock Ever Made
Since the recent BFI restoration of Alfred Hitchcock 's 1927 silent work The Lodger , the film has been reexamined by historians and critics, who have singled it out as the first true thriller in the director's canon.
A Monty Python-type take on 'The 39 Steps' at Lakewood Theatre
Olivia Shimkus and Leif Norby take a "ham-handed" approach to "The Thirty Nine Steps" at Lakewood Theatre Company, July 11-August 17, 2014.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Art and the movies
Flavorwire, the cultural news site, has linked 15 famous paintings to films, including Edward Hopper's "House by the Railroad" with Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" and Thomas Gainsborough's "The Blue Boy" with Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," Both directors acknowledged the influence of these paintings.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Reader photos: Top shots, tips on Camera Day
Reader photos: Top shots, tips on Camera Day Your Take contributor Jeffrey Goodman shares his top shots for Camera Day.