Monthly Archives: July 2016

Too Late for Tears — Part Seven

Once again, it’s time for one of the best most intriguing B-movies ever. I speak write of no other than this serialized version (with occasional annotations, when I just can’t resist doing them) of the film noir Too Late for Tears! … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Psycho’ (1960)

This is a fascinating study in a film’s ability to misdirect and manipulate the viewer. A story that starts with a peek through a window at a “nooner” between Janet Leigh (as Miriam Crane) and John Gavin (as her boyfriend … Continue reading

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Too Late for Tears — Part Six

It is once again Saturday and time for the Saturday Matinee! Today we have Part Six of Too Late for Tears! Which I nearly mistyped as Too Late for Teats! OMG! 🙂 Well, anyway … here’s Part Six of the … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Vertigo’ (1958)

Before seeing this film, I made the mistake of reading an analysis of the story, which of course revealed way too much information. So the effect of the reveals was greatly diminished for me. I’ll try to avoid that here. … Continue reading

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Too Late for Tears — Part Five

Happy Saturday! Once again, it’s time for the Saturday Matinee! And, in continuation of the previous shows, we have Part Five of Too Late for Tears! While I’m here, I’d like to ask for your support in my crowdfunding campaign! … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Rear Window’ (1954)

I discovered this movie during the time in my life when my husband and I often spend a night watching the film (or two) at the old Key Theatre in DC. It was one of many classics I enjoyed while … Continue reading

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Too Late for Tears — Part Four

It’s another Saturday and time for the day’s movie matinee! And so without further ado … here’s Part Four of Too Late for Tears! In which the ever-present question is, what new foolishness can we expect from these guys/gals? How … Continue reading

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