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Genre Grandeur - The 39 Steps (1935) - Film Grimoire

For the next review for this month’s Genre Grandeur – British Thrillers, here’s a review from Anna of Film Grimoire of the British Thriller – The 39 Steps (1935) 785 more words

Genre Grandeur

Anna (Film Grimoire) reblogged this and commented:

With each month comes the selection of a great new genre for Movierob's Genre Grandeur blogathon - this time, the genre is British thrillers, a genre which is filled to the brim with many and varied excellent films. I chose Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps (1935), and so far there are lots of other great reviews to read as well!

CTS LECTURES ➣ Those bloody pigeons.

Fictional Space.

At the end of our lecture, Greta handed out various photographs and asked us to write a letter to a friend regarding a fictional space inspired by that very same photograph. 421 more words


It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad Movie Challenge........The More the Merrier (1943)

Of all the movies that Kristina over at Speakeasy has challenged me to watch in our ongoing series it’s this one that I was surprised the most at not having seen before. 885 more words

Mad Movie Challenge

Thorwald's Trunk

What’s in the trunk, Thorwald? Your wife, Old Hambone? A great Hitchcock McGuffin.

Building Techniques

Alfred Hitchcock's Shelved Holocaust Documentary Cannot Be Denied: Review

EXCLUSIVE: In April 1945, the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force ordered that footage shot by combat and newsreel cameramen during the liberation of Occupied Europe be aggregated into a documentary film that would be shown to the German prisoners of war as irrefutable proof of what had occurred under the Nazi regime.  800 more words


Memory of the Camps (1945/1984)

Original title: German Concentration Camps Factual Survey

No director / 58m

Narrator: Trevor Howard

Compiled from footage shot by combat and newsreel cameramen, Memory of the Camps… 935 more words


January 2015 Blind Spot: REAR WINDOW (1954)

I’ve been wanting to check this Alfred Hitchcock classic for ages. It seems to be unanimously loved by critics and audiences alike, which always adds a dose of curiosity to see if it would live up to its classic status. 1,200 more words

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