Alfred Hitchcock

Interview – Veronica Cartwright

In film and television sixty years, British-born American Actress Veronica Cartwright has built an impressive, award-winning career. Starring in the iconic 1979 film Alien, as Joan Lambert, she also lit up screens in 1978 with Invasion of the Body Snatchers, 1983’s The Right Stuff, earned ... Read More

Number 37 (Movie Review)

Situations arise where a person can only watch events unfold. Being a bystander watching the world work around can bring up intense feelings of helplessness. What if the bystander is also an active participant? Released in select theaters throughout November, and On Demand November 20th ... Read More

The Birds – 55 Years of Ornithophobia

Alfred Hitchcock needs no introduction. The director left his mark in cinema as the “master of suspense,” and in pop culture as the portly, plummy voiced host of his own TV show, Alfred Hitchcock Presents. His mix of murder, mystery, and dark mirth made films such ... Read More

The Man in the Silo (Movie Review)

For a film clocking in at under an hour long, The Man in the Silo has spent a long time behind the scenes. Trailers and online articles were spread as early as 2013, with citing its development as 2012, though reported November 2009 as ... Read More

Split (Movie Review)

Known as one of Hollywood’s premiere Supernatural filmmakers, M. Night Shyamalan’s name precedes him. Having a knack for interjecting an unforeseen twist in his stories, such films as 1998’s The Sixth Sense and 2000’s Unbreakable are just a few of the titles that have left lasting impressions on ... Read More