Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much at the Redford Theatre

This weekend’s Redford Theatre feature, screening on Friday and Saturday at 8 pm with an additional showing at 2 pm on Saturday, was Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956). Never one to pass up a Hitchcock screening, I also took the opportunity to continue converting my dad into a classic film fan.… Read More Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much at the Redford Theatre

Victor Sjöström’s ‘He Who Gets Slapped’ at the Redford Theatre

Another weekend, another stellar event at the Redford Theatre! Fresh off of the great success of their Friday night screening of The Shining (which attracted over 600 film fanatics to the Lahser Road movie palace), the Redford’s Saturday program offered a single 8 pm screening of the somewhat obscure 1924 Lon Chaney film He Who… Read More Victor Sjöström’s ‘He Who Gets Slapped’ at the Redford Theatre

Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Notorious’ at Detroit’s Redford Theatre

Back in April I posted about how awesome it was to see Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope on the big screen at Detroit’s Senate Theater. I knew that screening would be really hard to top on my list of “greatest screenings I’ve ever attended,” because the Senate is a wonderful theater operated by a bunch of incredibly… Read More Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Notorious’ at Detroit’s Redford Theatre