A version of this famous painting hung on the wall of Sigmund Freud's psychoanalysis chamber for decades.
Once in a while--a great while--I write about my dreams on this blog. I don't do it very often, but my "dream posts" have often [...]
I have a theory that three kinds of personalities win the Presidency. But what are their characteristics, and who's who?
Are creepy clowns really stalking the dark places of America? Or is it some sort of mass hysteria? Maybe a bit of both.
Mel Brooks's classic send-up of Hitchcock is more than just a light comedy. It's a keen essay on the nature of psychological film.
My journey into the heart of "Lost" continues, with Season 4!
Check out the bizarre places I dream about. None of them are real, but I know them intimately.
Why are we fascinated the idea of the "happiest place on Earth" being especially dark and dangerous?
Robert Wise's "The Haunting" is perhaps the greatest horror film ever made, undiminished after more than 50 years.
A 15-year-old Civil War Navy lieutenant loses his memory and forgets who he is for 30 years. Riiiiiiight.