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1964 films I’ve seen.

Old favorite is Goldfinger — shocking!  I’ve always thought of Marnie as a Hitchcock film that doesn’t quite work, but on the other hand, I’ve watched it a half dozen times, so it  probably qualifies as a minor fave.  134 more words


North by Northwest and 5 lesser known Hitchcock classics

Whether you are a film aficionado or a casual moviegoer, it’s likely you know who Alfred Hitchcock is. And whether it’s Psycho, The Birds… 892 more words

Film Discussion

TTYA - Psycho (1960)

If you say that Psycho is not Hitchock’s best movie, than you can go right to the part of hell reserved for hipsters. Psycho is a near perfect movie, and I’d take it over Rear Window or North by Northwest any day of the week. 534 more words


Rear Window

“That’s a secret, private world you’re looking into out there. People do a lot of things in private they couldn’t possibly explain in public.”

It’s no secret that movie-watchers love to watch people commit crimes. 531 more words


Building My Movie Posters Puzzle: Vertigo

In late June of last year I took advantage of some free days to visit my Mother in Virginia for her birthday. It was a fun long weekend that included meals out, a screening of Finding Dory, and an unexpected shared activity when I ran across a puzzle in the book store that was just too good to pass up. 2,190 more words

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) - reviewed by George

This is Alfred Hitchcock’s 18th movie and 5th suspense film, but as previously noted, from here on all his films will be suspense films. This original version of a property he would remake in 1956 is quite good, and how and what changes were made is part of the fun. 551 more words


I should have checked the reviews...

I went away for the weekend and needed a hotel room for one night. There were various events on in the city and most of the hotels were either full or beyond my price range. 919 more words

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