All our knowledge begins with the senses, proceeds then to the understanding, and ends with reason. There is nothing higher than reason.

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The Skin Game
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Coming soon…   TBC… Mini SynopsisComing soon… Review  TBC Back to Hitchcock

Juno and the Paycock
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What can God do against the stupidity of man?   TBC… Mini SynopsisSet in Ireland during a time of great divide and unrest on the streets. A hapless family, headed up by their layabout but somehow loveable father, is about to come into a small fortune. However, dark secrets are being harboured and this whole story has been pre-destined to … Read More

Young and Innocent
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Nil Desperandum… 10 weeks to go now to the end of the year so I’m starting to move this thing up in to 5th gear. Looking back on what has been a pretty manic and non-stop year for me where far to much of my life has been put on hold for work, I am now faced with using up … Read More

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Nobody ever really feels safe in the dark…   August the 13th see’s in Alfred Hitchcock’s 117th Birthday. A posthumous celebration (so Rope seemed a fitting viewing for the day!) of course as he passed away in 1980 at the age of 80. He was working on a movie right up until he was taken ill and died from kidney failure.  … Read More

The Farmer’s Wife
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Yes be a very short word, but there be a shorter… It’s 1928 and Hitchcock is on the verge of becoming a father. It’s still a very fertile time for him as a director too as he continues to put out 2 or 3 movies a year during this prolific era of silent movies. Yeah… pun! The Farmer’s Wife was … Read More

Stage Fright
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The only murderer here is the Orchestra Leader…! I’m currently writing this whilst trying to be on holiday and stop sneaking glances at my work emails. I sort of work in theatre you see. I’ve probably hinted several times throughout this blog. Essentially I’m a designer of merchandise, brochures, programmes, sales environments and so forth. If you go and see a … Read More