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Spook Series 2014: A Terrifying Trio (#1-3)

HAPPY OCTOBER, BOYS AND GHOULS!!! I don’t know about you guys, but I can tell you that I am ready and rarin’ to kick off a month jam-packed with scary movies. 955 more words

Horror

The Girl (2012)

As an accompaniment to our recent review of Hitchcock it is worthwhile looking at the other Hitchcock biography of very recent times. Broadcast on the BBC on Boxing Day 2012, the girl is in a way a follow-up story to the Hitchcock film which takes you further down the rabbit hole into the myth that is The Master of Suspense.   627 more words

Review

Hitchcock's Twisted Love Story Marnie

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1964 film Marnie presents the culmination of Hitchcock’s use of artifice and his exercise of control over his films. Marnie contains elements of a thriller and a psychodrama. 859 more words

Tippi Hedren and Hitchcock's The Birds

I can’t visit Bodega Bay without driving a few miles inland to the hamlet of Bodega, most famous for the filming of Hitchcock’s The Birds… 200 more words

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Marnie (1964) Review

I’ve participated in the hugely ambitious Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon being run by Rob of MovieRob & Zoe of The Sporadic Chronicles Of A Beginner Blogger… 29 more words

Movies

The Birds Of Frederick, Oklahoma

In the classic 1963 Alfred Hitchcock movie “The Birds,” a flock of winged creatures attack residents of a small town in California.
As documented by Hitchcock biographer Patrick McGilligan, the filmmaker hired an animator and photographic expert who had been affiliated with Walt Disney since the early 1920’s to assist with the creation of the memorable scene in which birds ominously amass in a downtown area before they attack a woman played by Tippi Hedren, who is in a phone booth. 455 more words

On location in Bodega Bay – Hitchcock’s The Birds (1963)

Inspired by the Hitchcock Blogathon hosted by Rob and Zoe, I asked my friend Vince who has contributed several classic posts in the past, including…

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