Fighting the ’90s Culture Wars with Grant Morrison’s ‘The Invisibles’

Obituary Writing from the Desk of a ‘Daytripper’

Sight & Sound-Off: #8 – ‘Man with a Movie Camera’ and ‘Vertigo’

Matt Haimovitz & Christopher O’Riley Performing Vertigo Suite — Scene d’amour

Guilds, Rape, and a Satanic Shocker

‘All Star Western’ Is at Home, Back East

The Year in Review: The Best Comics of 2010, Part II

Once in a Lifetime: Each of Us Is a Daytripper, and We Are All Made of Stars

The Primal Drive of Fear and Desire in Hitchcock’s ‘Vertigo’ and ‘The Birds’

Hitchcock 101: Day Eight, 1956 – 1958

Hitchcock and Homework: The Rewards and Perils of Hitchcock in the High School English Class

The Modern Prometheus: Creature and Creator in ‘Vertigo’ and ‘Psycho’

The Modern Prometheus: Creature and Creator in ‘Vertigo’ and ‘Psycho’

Whilst Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron allow their charges to survive following some epiphany in their narratives, Alfred Hitchcock pushes his characters in Vertigo and Psycho towards the unredemptive and callous ending of Mary Shelley’s monstrous tale.