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The Great Debate Blogathon: THE CONSTANT NYMPH (1943)

The practice of “hate-watching” is not one I really understand. I don’t judge or begrudge anyone who does it, but my standard reaction to coming across a movie, TV show, or song on the radio that I don’t like is to change the channel. 1,100 more words

1940s

I've known all along that Rebecca would win in the end

This month’s MEC feature movie is Hitchcock’s 1940 American psychological drama-thriller film, Rebecca.

“Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again”, narrates a woman as we overlook images of a ruined country manor. 117 more words

Movies

My new favourite Hitchcock film?


I may have found a new favourite Hitchcock film.  I got on another little Hitchcock kick recently and have watched several of the films I had been missing in my collection.  432 more words

Movie Reviews

Film Review: Rebecca | Becoming a Ghost

 

For most people who start getting into film and trying to study it extensively, one of the first directors they tend get attached to is Alfred Hitchcock. 897 more words

Quail Bell

Seeing the Forest For the Threes

Hay Ya’ll!

Mondays Palmer Depot 11-7
Tuesdays Eagle River American Legion 3-7
Thursdays Peters Creek American Legion 3-7

Fridays Willow market 1-ish to 6 (I think it’s 6, might be 7) 982 more words

Suspicion 1941

Suspicion is a 1941 Alfred Hitchcock film starring Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine, based on Francis Iles’s 1932 novel, Before the Fact. Grant plays the role of Johnny, a troubled but charming man. 1,002 more words

Alfred Hitchcock