Guilt is the human condition. When Hitchcock was five, his father sent him to the local police station with a note. The policeman, who was a friend of his fathers, looked at the note and locked him in a cell for a few minutes, saying “This is what we do to naughty boys.” Ever since then, Hitchcock claimed to live in fear of the police, and therefore, the theme of mistaken identity almost always made its way into his work.…
Wake me up... wake me up... wake me up from this fever dream…
Some of the biggest horror filmmakers of today and yesterday such as Guillermo del Toro, Edgar Wright, and John Carpenter have spoken about this film being an inspiration for them, and last night I finally found out why.
From the opening credits, Argento grabs our full attention with the eerie, mythical score and voice-over narration. This is immediately followed by the opening shot of the flight schedule…
Good Morning 1959
Now I understand why my parents had my brother and me 15 years apart.
They Won't Believe Me 1947
Wow. An underrated film noir gem from the forgotten woman behind Hitchcock, Joan Harrison.
A Man Escaped 1956
A man escaped with two hours of my time.