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Sabotage (1936) Alfred Hitchcock

More than seventy years after its release, Sabotage remains relevant today. In fact, it is arguably more relevant today, considering the world we live in, than in 1936 when it was first released. 1,405 more words


Alfred Hitchcock's Secrets of Editing

Click on the link and enjoy a short film that will take you through Alfred Hitchcock’s editing techniques: 8 more words


Funnier Games? On 'Shot-For-Shot' remakes in film

Note: This article has spoilers for Funny Games (1997) and Funny Games (2007). I also discuss Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) and Gus Van Sant’s Psycho… 1,386 more words


Past Imperfect - #179

Farley: “But do you even know why I’m smiling?”

Robert: “That line isn’t in the script.”

Farley: “Nor is my attraction to you.”

Robert: “Really? Well, we just took a turn I wasn’t expecting.” 97 more words


The Master of Suspense.

I am on a mission to watch everything Alfred Hitchcock ever made.

The last Hitchcock film I saw was Spellbound (1945) starring Ingrid Bergman and the wonderful Gregory Peck. 373 more words

Unchaste Salon


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Albert Einstein

From the Editor: The Life of Patricia Highsmith

Rowena Morcom, Editor of gr, takes a look into the life of thriller-writing legend Patricia Highsmith, who loved snails – and not much else. She was a cantankerous genius with a black humour that wove its way into 22 novels, most notably ‘The Talented Mr. 624 more words