What’s that? A Hitchcock film considered an unsung classic? Believe it or not the answer is yes.
On this day back in 1980, we lost one of the best film directors there has ever been in the world. 884 more words
“If it’s a good movie, the sound could go off and the audience would still have a perfectly clear idea of what was going on.” … 194 more words
The opening of Number 17, the last film Hitchcock made for the Associated British Picture Corporation, features “a delirium of continuity” (to quote Jonathan Rosenbaum) and a montage of chilled imagery, fluid camera movement and unsettling effects that recalls comparable sequences in the films of Murnau. 252 more words
All through April, the Tuesday Night Bloggers are on an “Anything Goes” kick: the subject can be anything beginning with the letter “A.” So far this month, I’ve focused on Agatha – Christie, that is – so I thought that, for my final TNG post of the month, I would switch it up to another of my favorite “A” folks: Alfred, as in Hitchcock! 3,125 more words