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Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window (M) Released 60 years ago! #ReleaseOfTheWeek

(premiere) 1 August 1954 (New York City, New York)

Rear Window
Thriller, Rated M, 112 Minutes.
Starring: Grace Kelly, James Stewart.
A wheelchair bound photographer spies on his neighbours from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder. 18 more words

Release Of The Week

Film Spotlight: Strangers on a Train

Two favorite scenes showcasing Hitchcock’s innovation behind the camera happened during a tennis match and at an amusement park. If you haven’t seen the film, keep a look out at the tennis match and watch how the crowd moves their head in sync to the left and right, but in the center of the stands, Guy Haines stares back at you. 548 more words


Music To Write To: Rip Tide

Vance Joy’s Rip Tide has been stuck in my head for the past few days. The song is catchy, entertaining, and has some pretty informing lyrics. 176 more words


Currently Watching Spellbound(1945) and i think i now know why eveyone loves Ingrid Bergman, she’s so beautiful!


Up Close (by Henriette Gyland)

Romantic Suspense 

After the death of her grandmother, Lia returns to her childhood home to settle the estate. But as she is putting her grandmother’s affairs in order she starts to suspect that her death may not have been an accident. 183 more words

Saturday Stack-Up, July 26, 2014

This Week’s Stack-Up

This week was a busy week for me. Sorry for not posting much. First, I got back to editing the recently much neglected… 187 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca: Trauma on Film

As I’ve mentioned before, I was lucky enough to take a course on Hitchcock through Princeton’s English department earlier this year. As with most of the films we viewed and studied for the course, I had never seen… 2,225 more words