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The Hitchcock Haul: Notorious (1946)

Starring two of my very favorite Hitchcock regulars, Notorious is a visually stunning black and white espionage about a woman stuck between and rock and a Nazi. 857 more words

Film

"Rear Window" trailer trash

Here is a marvelous set of factoids from the website Mental Floss, called “12 Thrilling Facts about ‘Rear Window,” the 1954 movie starring Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly, who investigate a murder through his rear window. 277 more words

Architecture

The Last Ten Films I've Seen

  1. To Each His Own (Mitchell Leisen)
  2. It’s Love I’m After (Archie Mayo)
  3. Black Moon (Roy William Neill)
  4. The Life Of Oharu (Kenji Mizoguchi)
  5. Hitler’s Children 
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Under Capricorn (Alfred Hitchcock, 1949)

This is my contribution to the Ingrid Bergman blogathon being organised by Virginie at The Wonderful World of Cinema. Please visit to read the other postings. 893 more words

1940s

Psycho (1960)

Hitchcock’s classic “comedy” featuring the world’s most famous mother’s boy is one of the most influential films ever made; every serial killer and slasher movie owes something to this, one of the true greats of cinema. 149 more words

Film

Psycho 1960

“A boy’s best friend is his mother.”

– Norman Bates

Hey Hitchcock, we’re back! Oh yeah, guys we got another film by “The Master of Suspense.” Psychological thriller, Psycho, was produced by Alfred Hitchcock and written by Joseph Stefano. 376 more words

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