"... [Psycho] broke every taboo you could possibly think of, it reinvented the language of film and revolutionised what you could do with a story on a very precise level. It also fundamentally and profoundly changed the ritual of movie going," says 78/52 director, Alexandre O. Philippe.
With Texas Chainsaw 3D's release, the question of what the "True Story" (if any) really was, is catching the buzz, again.
04 Feb 2013
The toilet, and its spirit ally, potty humor, has come to be associated with a kind of strength—both at the box office and in terms of a cultural defiance.
14 Aug 2012
Classical pianist and composer Christopher O'Riley curates Mixed Media selecting favorites of his work and others.
05 Mar 2012
Just as Victor Frankenstein in Mary Shelley famous novel creates what turns out to be a monstrosity, so also does Scottie in Vertigo and Norman Bates in Psycho.
Andrew W. M. SmithFilm
20 Jun 2010
To borrow a phrase from a filmmaker friend of mine, these books are ontic antics with a vengeance.
21 Aug 2007
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