Monthly Archives: February 2013


“Drive,” the 100 minute taut thriller from Danish born director Nicolas Winding Refn, (Bronson) is the first film he’s worked on that was based on a novel, and the first which he did not write the script for. Written for … Continue reading

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“Compliance – How Far Would You Go?”

Originally premiering on January 21, 2012 at the Sundance Film Festival, “Compliance” is an unsettling and thought provoking film that, regrettably, is based almost entirely on actual events. The well acted and excellently paced movie, in this blogger’s opinion, will … Continue reading

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“Become a Voyeur with Hitchcock’s Rear Window”

The suspenseful, part mystery and part thriller, “Rear Window,” was directed by the iconic Alfred Hitchcock (Vertigo). Written for the screen by John Michael Hayes, (The Man Who Knew Too Much) based on a short story by Cornell Woolrich, (Original … Continue reading

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