'Martyrs & Monsters' by Robert Dunbar

If Alfred Hitchcock were alive today and desired to “re-imagine” his 1948 classic “Rope,” he’d want Robert Dunbar to write the screenplay. Guaranteed. Dunbar starts his impressive collection off with “Getting Wet,” a moody, tension-filled piece that does indeed measure up to my all–time favorite Hitch film, with Dunbar’s Con and Tim evoking the controlling… read more