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November 6, 2012

 

‘The 39 Steps,’ Steps Out At Cardinal

Recall the movie. Laugh with the play. Then, rent the movie to see just how well they got it!

July 24, 2012

 

Dialing Is Out Of Date, But Suspense Is Always Timely

It's not a 'who dunnit,' but a 'will he get away with it?"

July 9, 2012

 

Hill House: More Rooms, More Mystery Than ‘Clue…’

"Scary plays are something that we do very well," Kevin Guthridge!

March 18, 2012

 

A Dark Thriller, With Puppets In A Puppet State

How responsible is an artist? Is murder ever acceptable, and if so when?

May 19, 2010

 

Laurie R. King: A 20th Century Feminist Marries Sherlock Holmes

Adam Schwartz interviews Laurie R. King, author of a popular series of thrillers featuring the crime-busting team of Sherlock Holmes and Mary Russell.

May 18, 2009

 

Obsessed

Why, with so much talent warming up in the bullpen, did we have to play by the hoary rules of "Fatal Attraction?"

April 20, 2009

 

Tell No One

If you're a fan of thrillers in the vein of Hitchcock's specialty - an innocent man wrongly accused - or more recent Swiss watches like the ‘80s classic "No Way Out" -- then I'd like to draw your attention to an essential contribution to the genre. It's a French film called "Tell No One," and if you missed it last summer, and in its recent run at the Ryder Film Festival, it came out last week on DVD.

July 11, 2008

 

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Note: The following review applies only to the 3D version of the film “Journey to the Center of the Earth”. To see the movie any other way would be pointless.. Observing the career of Brendan Fraser is a study in frustration. Though he has a multi-million-dollar franchise to his credit – the “Mummy” films – […]

April 25, 2008

 

88 Minutes

The script for 88 Minutes should never have been filmed. It’s a cretinous, slovenly, and slack document as shot full of holes as a paper target at a gun range. And yet John Avnet, primarily a producer and only rarely a director, saw something in it, and actually came up with a point of view […]

March 25, 2008

 

In Bruges

WFIU Movie Critic Peter Noble Kuchera reviews “In Bruges.”

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