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Pop Culture Re-Watch: Rear Window

In which we reconsider and reevaluate a piece of pop culture. This week, Emily is inspired by the popularity of Gone Girl to re-watch a classic piece of cinematic suspense. 1,549 more words

Edward Hopper in the "Rear Window" (Fade/Mashup)

“Look through any window yeah, what do you see?…”


illustration therapy: rear window

One of my top three Hitchcock films — and the only one I found suitable for an illustration. Although I’m still searching for a good frame from Vertigo.


On Invisible Rabbits and Happiness

By Nick Elbers

“WELL, I’ve wrestled with reality for 35 years, Doctor, and I’m happy to state I finally won out over it.”

These are the words of Jimmy Stewart as Elwood P.

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The Trouble With "Vertigo"


In 1958, Alfred Hitchcock took one of the biggest risks of his long and illustrious¬†career. By this point, he had already released a string of successful movies, both critically and financially, including “Rear Window,” “To Catch A Thief” and “Strangers On A Train.” But these films led up to one piece of work, which Hitchcock said would be his masterpiece; “Vertigo.” 2,145 more words

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