Things that go bump in the night

Long, silky, yellow-blonde hair, let down into dead straight hair leftside parted—tote glatte haare linksseitig geteilt—that severe dowdy hairdo—i.e., a nielsen. Eyeglasses and Parts, more often than not. The nielsen, by its lonesome, turns her Alice Crabtree into a Kirstjen Nielsen.… Read Full Article

Girls Kick Ass! [episode 02]

The Midnight Sun Never Sets

Why is John Wick called Baba Yaga? Because Hollywood movie creators cannot afford to hire a Russian culture specialist, it seems. You might not believe it, but 95% of all Russian occurrences in movies are wrong: words misspelled, unpopular or totally weird character names, common stereotypes, and shit like that … you name it.… Read Full Article

Psycho (1960), And so it begins …

Starting this Saturday … My adaptation, Psycho (1960), of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. Based on the screenplay by Joseph Stefano (Revised December 1, 1959). Based on the novel by Robert Bloch.

Why Screenwriter Joseph Stefano’s Revamped ‘Psycho’ Excited Alfred Hitchcock

by V Renée, No Film School

Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is interesting on many levels, namely its narrative structure — for anyone to kill off your star actress halfway through a film meant committing a screenwriting atrocity.… Read Full Article