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The Big Steal

What might you get by combining the two stars of Alfred Hitchcock’s favorite film, with the same musical touch composer Dimitri Tiomkin gave to another Hitchcock thriller, … 271 more words

Film

My weekend movie: Spellbound (1945)

Spellbound (Io ti salverò) – USA 1945

Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock.

Starring: Ingrid Bergman; Gregory Peck; Leo G. Carroll.

Even to a woman in love such a situation must seem a little unreasonable. 2,289 more words

Cinema

Blu-ray Review: Frenzy

Distributor: Universal Studios

Release Date: December 3, 2013

Region: Region Free

Length: 1:55:45

Video: 1080P (VC-1)

Main Audio: English Mono DTS-HD Master Audio (48 kHz / 24-bit) 7,435 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

"I CONFESS" ( 1953 )

“O what a tangled web he weaves
When first we watch Hitchcock’s movies.”

“I CONFESS” is gnarly. Yes I mean it in that surfer boy way of good, cool. 1,374 more words

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Strangers on a Train

The Movie Snob checks in with another classic.

Strangers on a Train  (B+).  I caught this 1951 Hitchcock film at The Magnolia, and I quite enjoyed it.  139 more words

Written By: The Movie Snob

Who Created the Famous Shower Scene in Psycho? Alfred Hitchcock or the Legendary Designer Saul Bass?

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Who killed Marion Crane? If you’ve watched Psycho, the best-known film by British master of cinematic suspense Alfred Hitchcock, you have the answer.

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