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  • Historic Nominees for Best Actress at Oscars 2013

    Six Spot #9: Best Actress 2012

    Welcome back to The Six Spot! In case you missed last week’s 2013 Best Actor Six Spot, you can catch it here. ***DISCLAIMER — please refrain from spoiling the Six Spot is the comment section!  Feel free to point out gaps in my logic and who YOU think would have won, but please don’t say […] More

  • The Academy Showcases Hitchcock with ‘Blackmail’ Double Feature

    Who doesn’t love Alfred Hitchcock? AMPAS has announced their plans to honor the legendary filmmaker by showcasing a double feature dubbed “Blackmail Times Two!” They will be running Blackmail (1929) in both the silent and sound versions, with live musical accompaniment, on Tuesday June 18. Have a look at the release after the jump. More

  • Snippet Reviews: ‘Hitchcock,’ ‘Killing Them Softly,’ and ‘Any Day Now’

    Sacha Gervasi’s much-anticipated Hitchcock was supposed to deliver a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the Master of Suspense’s masterpiece (Psycho) and its improbable success. Instead, this disaster became an outlandish fantasy around the film’s crazed director (Anthony Hopkins) and the strained relationship with his wife (and uncredited collaborator) Alma Reville (Helen Mirren, in one of the […] More

  • Hitchcock (**)

    One of the more intriguing additions to the slate of Oscar contending films in 2012 is Hitchcock, a quasi-biopic which focuses on the legendary Alfred Hitchcock’s process in creating the most storied horror film of all time, Psycho. With truly little left to be said about Psycho, the idea of a look behind the curtain […] More

  • Hitchcock and His Best Films

    It’s no secret that Hollywood capitalizes on themes.  This being the year of Hitchcock, The Master of Suspense is receiving the much-deserved all-star treatment in more ways than one. Universal is gifting cinephiles with its Blu-ray release of Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection, which includes 15 of the late director’s greatest works.  Fox Searchlight, HBO, […] More

  • Morning spent with the cast and crew of ‘Hitchcock’

    Press junkets are a strange animal, to say the least. Sometimes they’re a lot of fun, but sometimes they can frankly be a mess. Luckily, late last week I was privy to one of the good ones, a morning in New York City spent in an upscale hotel interview just about everyone involved with the […] More

  • Hitchcock (***)

    There’s a lot of different ways that one could approach a biopic of legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock, but director Sacha Gervasi has certainly found a unique one here. ‘Hitchcock’ is a surprisingly whimsical and amusing tale of the director struggling to make ‘Psycho’ as he goes through a rough patch with his wife. That’s going […] More

  • Why ‘Argo’ is still in the driver’s seat for Best Picture

    Now that the Presidential election and race for the White House is thankfully behind us (at least for another 4 years that is), even more speculation and analysis can be applied to the race for Oscars and mainly Best Picture! We’re at a critical juncture, in my opinion, as only a very small amount of […] More

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    Ten Best Performances of Anthony Hopkins

    Anthony Hopkins won his first Academy Award on his first ever nomination at the age of fifty-four in 1991 for his brilliant performance in The Silence of the Lambs (1991) a performance so revered and popular it became a part of pop culture shortly after the film was released and before the Oscar was in […] More

  • Awards Circuit Power Hour Episode 27: Animated Short List, Star Wars, Do-Dump-Marry w/ Edward Douglas Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreWe are joined this week by Associate Editor and Staff Writer of Coming Soon, Edward Douglas.  We dive into a variety of topics including the recent openings of Flight and Wreck-It Ralph.  We […] More

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