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Entertaining A-to-Z with TV’s ‘Ironside’

 What better way to look at life than through the lens of the alphabet.

Alphabetical Life does just that – we take various aspects of everyday living and we discuss is going alphabetically. 319 more words

CrossDove Writer

Anatomy of a Scene: "Rear Window" (Alfred Hitchcock, USA 1954)

This week, Fathom events is showing Rear Window in theaters across the country. The first round was yesterday; the rest are Wednesday. It’s one of the greatest films of all time, so I suggest going, and in its honor I’m posting an edited version of a paper I wrote in my freshman year in college about the film’s climax. 1,440 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

Hitchcock's masterpiece Rear Window back in theaters for two days only

It’s Alfred Hitchcock’s most suspenseful film, his most engaging and atmospheric, and it features top lead actors with stars Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly.  It’s his 1954 blockbuster… 269 more words

Movies

Rear Window (1954) – Peeping Tom

Rear Window looks into a close-knit neighborhood—diverse people engaged in personal endeavors, occupied by trifles, and immersed in living.

When ace photographer L.B. Jefferies ( 757 more words

Films

The Brood (1979) Oliver Reed Fest. Day 1

David Cronenberg meets the ferocious whispering of Oliver Reed.

To start my mini fest of Oliver Reed films I thought it best to start with a film he made right here in my native homeland. 612 more words

Daily Take

South Sea Island Magic: the beach, orchids, and dancing in Fiji




It is a quiet Saturday in February. I am sitting in the sweet garden of a thoroughly charming backpacker hostel in Christchurch, New Zealand, feeling fine: soft and relaxed. 440 more words

Oceania

A Man Alone (1955)

When it’s on: Sunday, 8 February (11.00 am)
Channel: Film4
IMDb Link

Films about lawless men in the American west ‘new frontier’ are ten a penny, but things can get a lot more interesting when they focus on entire towns riddled with corruption. 765 more words

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