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    New on Video: ‘Jamaica Inn’

    Though a rare misstep for Alfred Hitchcock, it’s probably best to think of Jamaica Inn as more of a stepping stone, a small hurdle that took the great director from his generally superb British work to his phenomenal Hollywood career More

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    Creature Feature: Top Ten Animals Gone Bad in the Movies

    The human condition. It is a tricky and complicated concept for us mortals to grasp in terms of our ugly, unpredictable behaviors. However, when one applies a revealing spotlight on the animal kingdom and takes a look at their on-screen aggression against humans it becomes a whole new ballgame. Occasionally, the source of frustration embedded […] More

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    GFF 2015: ‘White God’ is an original genre film but lacks political bite

    Dogs rise up against their human masters in Kornél Mundruczó’s White God, a film that is part-political allegory and part-bloody genre piece. The opening sequence shows a girl riding her bicycle through the sunny but deserted streets of Budapest, looking anxiously around her as she passes abandoned cars and empty buildings. Suddenly, from around the corner, hundreds of dogs appear, running with purpose, chasing and overtaking her. At this point, it feels like an apocalyptic dream, but, when White God returns to the scene later on, it has been contextualised in a narrative of oppression and justified revolt. More

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    Revolt of Nature Horror Films: The Must-Sees

    Writer Lee Gambin calls them Natural Horror films, other writers call them Revenge of Nature or Nature Run Amok films and writer Charles Derry considers them a type of Apocalyptic Cinema. Of course we’re speaking of one of the great horror subgenres for which we’ll employ writer Kim Newman’s tag: The Revolt of Nature. Since […] More

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    31 Days of Horror: (Giallo) — Bava and Hitchcock

    The etymologic history of the giallo sub-genre is well-documented by now. Giallo, Italian for yellow, refers to the cheap mystery books that at least partially inspired a cross-section of gruesome murder films from the likes of Mario Bava, Dario Argento, and Lucio Fulci.  Bava’s The Girl Who Knew Too Much from 1963 is commonly referenced […] More

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    Best of Bad Cinema – ‘Birdemic’

    Birdemic: Shock and Terror Written by James Nguyen Directed by James Nguyen USA, 2008 You have to respect an artist with a vision.  Sometimes they make Dances With Wolves or The Passion of the Christ and are rewarded critically and commercially for their risky works of passion.  Other times you get James Nguyen’s notorious 2008 film […] More

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    Poster Art for Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’

    The Tumblr round-up is a compilation of images, links, posters, stories, videos and so on, taken from the Sound On Sight Tumblr account. We simply do not have the man power nor time to write articles on every interesting movie related goody we find, so this is our way of still promoting some of the […] More

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    12 Incredible Movie Related T-Shirts

    The Tumblr round-up is a compilation of images, links, posters, stories, videos and so on, taken from the Sound On Sight Tumblr account. We simply do not have the man power nor time to write articles on every interesting movie related goody we find, so this is our way of still promoting some of the […] More

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    Vanity Fair’s superb tribute to Alfred Hitchcock

    The latest issue of Vanity Fair featured an incredible tribute to Alfred Hitchcock, bringing in some of Hollywood’s biggest stars to pose for famous shots from the director’s movies. In addition, the magazine has also posted a behind the scenes video from the photo shoot. More

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