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.
One of the top war movies of all times is also a fascinating psychological study. Humphrey Bogart stars as the infamous Captain Queeg,
Epic Western about love and hate in the wide open spaces- and a few canyons, as well.
Copies of the film somewhat difficult to acquire these days, this Civil War comedy is one of the silliest and funniest ever made.
James Stewart and Maureen O’Hara star in this domestic comedy about a family taking a well-deserved vacation to the beach.
Among the Marx Brothers dozen films, this is one of their best. The Bros stow away on an ocean liner and wreak havoc. But you wouldn’t have it any other way, right?
Not to be confused with the ’78 film of the same name, this fantasy/drama concerns the life and after of a fellow (Don Ameche), who tries to talk to Devil into admitting him into hell.
As with everything else Billy Wilder touched, the mystery genre was turned on its ear with this complex, yet engrossing film.
Featuring a strong Rodgers and Hammerstein score, this musical fantasy tells the story of a man who wants to return to earth to make things right with his young daughter.
The idyllic life of Brigham City, Utah, is shattered when the sheriff (a Mormon bishop) realizes a killer has entered his garden of Eden. As the body count rises, the community within and outside the local church pulls together in search of answers, and protection.