Posts Tagged ‘Alfred Hitchcock’
James Michael Taylor and our own Jeff Prince run a songwriting demonstration as part of Wildcatter Exchange, Thu-Sun.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 25 - In one way, Alfred Hitchcock’s entire filmography was about the pleasures and perils of voyeurism, and nowhere was that more starkly illustrated than in his 1954 masterpiece Rear Window, about a wheelchair-confined p...


Lone Star Film Society Screens “The Lodger”

The Lone Star Film Society is presenting an orgy of great Hitchcock flicks this weekend, and my pick of the litter would be Hitch’s gloriously creepy 1927 silent thriller The Lodger. It screens 1:30pm Sun Aug 31 at The Modern...

The Talented Miss Highsmith

Jimmy Fowler
Joan Schenkar’s “The Talented Miss Highsmith: The Secret Life and Serious Art of Patricia Highmith,” reviewed on this week’s ”Books” page, could’ve been a slog at 686 pages. But Schenkar does a marvelous job of ac...