Tag Archives: 1930s

This Week In Cinema: July 07-13, 2013

a movie

I’m pretty sure that the soundtrack to my life would be all wacky and mournful at the wrong times!

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Retro Week In Cinema: April 04-10, 2013

who framed roger rabbit

I’m not gonna lie, the first time I watched Who Framed Roger Rabbit I was much more interested in Jessica Rabbit than Roger Rabbit!

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This Week In Cinema: February 17-23, 2013

adaptation.

My creative process is nowhere near as draining, that probably explains why I’ve never been all that creative!

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Splatter Time Fun Fest 2012: The Old Dark House (1932)

Spooky houses are in style during this years Splatter Time Fun Fest!

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This Week In Cinema: April 29-May 05, 2012

When the Irish represent, they really represent!

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Review: Number Seventeen (Number 17, 1932)

And just like that I finish up my old Alfred Hitchcock box set not with a bang, but with a complete downer!

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Review: The Skin Game (1931)

Possibly the most underrated film from Alfred Hitchcock!

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Review: Sabotage (1936)

I’m nearing the end of this Alfred Hitchcock box set and the films have taken an upswing!

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Review: Juno And The Paycock (The Shame Of Mary Boyle, 1930)

I never thought I’d be able to say that I found an Alfred Hitchcock film completely without value, but life is full of surprises!

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Review: Young And Innocent (The Girl Was Young, 1937)

Snappy and witty, just the way I like my Hitch!

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