Playwright Joe Landry's Vintage Hitchcock is a clever reworking of three classic 1930s Alfred Hitchcock British films (before Hollywood discovered him), The Lodger:A Story Of The London Fog (1929), Sabotage (1936) and The 39 Steps (1935).
In its returning season, a fresh take on an Alfred Hitchcock classic The 39 Steps is a marvellous example of a strong ensemble driven physical theatre comedy.
Alfred Hitchcock was (and probably still is) thought of as the 'Master of Suspense' when it comes to films. Simon Phillips is certainly one of the 'Masters' when it comes to directing stage shows, especially those that have an extremely entertaining appeal to a wide range of audiences. So, it is rather fitting that there has been a very successful teaming of the two talents to produce this wonderful and highly entertaining stage adaptation of North By Northwest.
A dark trip of short horror stories featuring tales of resurrection, of hauntings, of visitations and other supernatural trappings, but the thread that joins the stories and drives the narrative of each is human greed.
An ageing film maker with ailing health begins to suspect that his wife is having an affair with a family friend and he becomes obsessed with the idea.
Rachel commutes to work by train and fantasises about her neighbours, Megan & Scott, until she witnesses something from the train and learns Megan has vanished.
This 'The 39 Steps' is a funny, good natured send-up of the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie that was in turn based on John Buchan's famous British thriller novel.
A married couple unexpectedly meet old school acquaintance who slowly integrates himself into their world with secrets threatening to unravel their lives.
A happily married, pregnant woman begins to fear for her life, witnessing disturbing visions of a murdered girl reaching out for vengeance from beyond the grave.
Grace Kelly was an Academy Award winning actress who moved to Monaco and married a prince, but was her life really a fairytale? Apparently not, as Olivier Danin (La Vie En Rose 2007) shows us in his latest film Grace of Monaco. Set in Monaco in 1962, Grace of Monaco looks at a year in […]
Visiting Greece in 1962, a married couple befriend a tour guide carrying a few secrets & get caught in a seemingly inescapable web of lies.
This 1983 murder mystery was director François Truffaut's final film and a tribute to the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock.
A murder/thriller parody salute to the Master of the Macabre, Alfred Hitchcock, performed by American comedy trio, Sound & Fury.
The Lithium Conspiracy is an interesting take on the thriller format which should appeal to fans of tense thrillers.
The inaugural British Film Festival comes to Adelaide this November, celebrating one of the world’s most illustrious and established cinema industries. The exceptional program includes contemporary and classic films.
Full of the sensual danger its title promises, Passion is one of DePalma’s best. He is still as fearless as he was when he started out. His latest is highly recommended.
This great night of farce definitely has to be your first choice if you need a good laugh to shake off the winter blues, but don't wait too long as bookings are bound to be heavy now that word has got around.