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Mini-Review - "Frenzy" (1972)

“Always make the audience suffer as much as possible.” ~Alfred Hitchcock

Watching a Hitchcock film is like being dangled over the top of a twenty-story building – nerve-wracking, irritating, intense and nothing else like it in the world. 486 kata lagi


Review: Jacked #1

Eric Kripke (creator of Supernatural) teams up with Vertigo veterans John Higgins and Glenn Fabry to bring you a very Vertigo take on the modern superhero in this six-issue miniseries. 323 kata lagi


Vertigo: A Poem

Her hips were two sailships, bursting out
of an unruly sea. Knobbed uncertain knees,
ankles at the base of a teetering frame,
swaying. She ate a sack of fries… 45 kata lagi


[Review] Preacher, Volume 1

The power of comic books is in the versatility of the format. The cliche stands; comic books have the advantages of prose and visual mediums without the bottleneck of a budget. 622 kata lagi

Comic Books / Graphic Novels

Vertigo - Friday Fictioneers

Friday Fictioneers is hosted by the wonderful Rochelle, the undisputed master of what I call Sound Bite Fiction.
She sets the weekly challenge, and the standard. 141 kata lagi

Sound Bite Fiction

Day 11 of Ménière's Disease Vertigo

Eleven days ago, while I was vacationing in Gatlinburg, TN, vertigo happened after a remission. The vertigo has continued every day since, striking at random from morning until bedtime. 633 kata lagi

Meniere's Disease

Middleburg Film Festival Review: ‘Hitchcock/Truffaut’

Set for release next month, Hitchcock/Truffaut is a delightful, 80-minute documentary directed by Kent Jones. It draws on insights from celebrated filmmakers looking back at a series of meetings that occurred between Alfred Hitchcock and François Truffaut in 1962. 580 kata lagi