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Unloading Onscreen

“The human heart is heavy and hardened” (CCC 1432).

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Crypt-ober: Revenge (Alfred Hitchcock Presents)

Before Rod Sterling ever donned his suit and cigar to host for the silver screen, Alfred Hitchcock, the Master of Suspense, had a really popular anthology show called Alfred Hitchcock Presents. 453 more words


Week 42: The Lady Vanishes (1938), Agatha Christie, and Grandmothers

Disclaimer: These essays presume you’ve seen the film in question. If you want to avoid spoilers, watch the movie first!

I needed a palette-cleanser after Frenzy last week. 2,278 more words


Psycho review

Here’s my review of the 1960 classic, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.  It’s one of his best films and has one of the most unusual sets of protagonists you’ll ever find in a movie.


The Adventures of Young Alfred Hitchcock

In a previous post about Alfred Hitchcock, I wrote about his formative years when he moved to Limehouse.

The Hitchcock’s moved from Leytonstone to 175 Salmon Lane in Limehouse and opened a shop selling fresh fish, before Alfred’s father purchased 130 Salmon Lane and opened it as a fish and chip shop. 783 more words

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