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[Podcast] Psycho (1960) – Episode 1 – Decades of Horror: The Classic Era

“We all go a little mad sometimes.” So says Norman Bates in the Alfred Hitchcock classic, Psycho (1960). In this episode, the Decades of Horror: The Classic Era’s Grue-Crew – Chad Hunt, Erin Miskell, Jeff Mohr, and Joseph Perry – proclaim their love for and take a deep dive into Hitchcock’s masterpiece and the mind […]

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“Crimes of Passion” (1984): Fantasy vs Reality in a Sexy, Smart, Violent, and Satirical Drama Masquerading as an Erotic Thriller

It would be easy for someone unfamiliar with director Ken Russell’s Crimes of Passion (1984) to lump it in with the glut of late 1980’s / early 1990’s erotic thrillers based solely upon its plot synopsis, but this would not do justice to the film. While sex and death are featured in screenwriter Barry Sandler’s […]

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“The Blackcoat’s Daughter” (2016): The Devil Is In The Details.

In Writer/Director Oz (Osgood) Perkins latest film, The Blackcoat’s Daughter (Formerly “February“), two girls are waiting for their parents to pick them up from the private school they attend on their Winter break. But neither Katherine’s (Kiernan Shipka) or Rose’s (Lucy Boynton) parents show up, so they’re both left at the school alone for the […]

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[Feature] “Psycho” (1960): A Classic Revisited on the Big Screen

Fathom Events, in conjunction with Turner Classic Movies (TCM), has been presenting a series of classic movies in theaters across the country. It’s a great opportunity for moviegoers to experience these films on the big screen, whether for the first time or as a revisiting. For example, Jaws (1975) was shown in June as part […]