Lifeboat marks the 80th anniversary since Alfred Hitchcock’s World War II survival thriller was released in theaters in 1944. This film falls into the same vein as Foreign Correspondent. The two films, while different, deal with World War 2 in their own way. The idea of people isolated on a lifeboat provided Hitchcock with his own challenge. How do you make this into a film? Filming ten people on a small boat sounds easy but…"Lifeboat: Alfred Hitchcock Thriller Marks 80th Anniversary"
An American radio announcer finds out that they are the new king of Barovia in Where There’s Life but a secret society has other ideas. It’s hard to watch this film and not think about a similar film, The Princess Diaries. Unlike Where There’s Life, the Julie Andrews/Anne Hathaway vehicle doesn’t feature any assassination attacks on the Queen of Genovia or her newly identified heir. They do feature people that want a change in the…"Where There’s Life: A Bob Hope Comedy Thriller"