Author: Bob J

Bob J’s – Psycho (1960) Part 2

The first screenplay draft for Psycho, written by one of Hitchcock’s television writers, was deemed by the director to be too dull, but a second draft by Joseph Stefano excited Hitchcock. Stefano’s take on the story...

Bob J’s – Psycho (1960) Part 1

Along with Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane (1941), Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is probably the most familiar motion picture in the history of cinema. It has generated countless books, articles, treatises, lectures, university...

Bob J’s Movie Trivia – Fail Safe (1964)

Following the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, which brought the world to the brink of a nuclear apocalypse, America’s fear of nuclear annihilation grew exponentially to such an extent that many families constructed fallout...

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