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ANOTHER BIRD-BRAINED THOUGHT, just in time for Thanksgiving

Ever since I sat in a movie theater years ago and watched Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds, I’ve had a strange fascination with our winged co-habitants here on Earth. 684 more words

Michael Nyman

After looking for a certain trailer on YouTube, I’ve browsed a little more among the suggested clips. A Hitchcock trailer has drawn my attention, so I’ve clicked the link. 76 more words


Post 1 - Psycho (1960)

ORIGINAL DATE: 31st of September, 2014

Today, we had the first class of MDA 1700 – Communicating in Film: Styles and Movements. We were to watch the screening of… 322 more words


Marnie in Flight from Herself

In this new analysis of the Hitchcock classic “Marnie” there is  production history, psychological sensitivity and philosophical theory.  The Hitchcock Blonde Tippi Hedren is in flight from herself, her history and her lover  Sean Connery,  “BFI Film Classics Marnie” by Murray Pomerance, $17.95 paper.


Wailing Babies and the Art of Movie Watching

One of the greatest pleasures of Cinema is the big screen. In fact Cinema is at its glorious best when watched in that hallowed darkness. It is at once a combined celebration and an intimate moment. 613 more words

The Naked Man Who Fell Through the Ladies Room Ceiling

Good Lord! If this were Charlie Chaplain, we would be in stitches. Humor thrives on that odd juxtaposition — the funny character and the outrageous situation. 142 more words