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Filming A Sacred Text

In April 1962, Francois Truffaut, with the help of an interpreter, Helen Scott, wrote to Alfred Hitchcock, whom he revered as a true master of film, proposing to conduct “a tape-recorded interview which would take about eight days and would add up to about thirty hours of recording. 667 more words


Blu-ray Review: Dial M for Murder

Distributor: Warner Brothers

Release Date: October 09, 2012

 Region: Region Free

Length: 1:45:24

Video: 1080P (MPEG-4, AVC)

Main Audio: English DTS-HD Mono Master Audio (48kHz, 24-bit) 5,447 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

Did this guy ever screw up a film?

Today, we look back on a rare beast – a suspense film from the mid-forties that had no noir pretensions whatsoever.  Spellbound (1945) is a… 412 more words

1001 Movies

The Lodger (1926, Alfred Hitchcock)


Alfred Hitchcock directed two films before The Lodger, but based on their relative reputations you’d almost not believe its predecessors existed; he would refer to it more than once as “the first Hitchcock picture.” It’s a bit of an exaggeration; The Mountain Eagle is not available for our judgment, but… 2,686 more words

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Rebeca - My Spanish Word Of The Day 11/29/2015

¡Hola Spanish Language Lovers!

Did you know that rebeca is one of the words that you can use for the English word cardigan ?  The origin of the use of… 153 more words