Some time back I watched a Val Lewton film “The Seventh Victim.”
Since Mother’s Day is officially over, it’s safe to broach the subject of moms in Hitchcock movies. Why, you ask? What could be more boring? Well, Norman Bates would beg to differ.
POLICE IN HITCHCOCK’S MOVIES Building suspense in movies is an art.
Watching DVD episodes of the old Leave It To Beaver TV show. That place must have been hell to live in,
One of the advantages to buying the Belle and Sebastian CDs is the extensive liner notes that are included.
I offer the following guide for those interested in building a Belle and Sebastian collection, but not interested in wasting money on duplicate or overlapping recordings.
Once upon a time there was a band called Blood, Sweat and Tears. After a rocky start, they hit the charts in 1969 with a self-titled album containing three hits:
In the early 70s, an album was released that the world would never see the likes of again.
I’ve always been a sucker for large, thick, scholarly works, especially if they cover some subject I’m interested in-
When it comes to Hitchcock film music, no composer is held in higher esteem than Bernard Herrmann.
Following Wire’s emergence from obscurity with The Ideal Copy came their 1988 release, A Bell is a Cup…
After eight years of nothing in the way of new music releases, Wire surprised all with The Ideal Copy. Not only was their sudden return to the limelight unexpected, but the band’s sound had changed.