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Academy Awards - Director Snubs

No other awards event is more notorious for its snubs than the Oscars. It’s amazing how many premier directors have never won a directing award (and “no”, honorary awards don’t count). 2,225 more words

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Dreams, BUT WHY?

Ok, so I have been hibernating far away from my keyboard for awhile and admittedly its cause I really didn’t want share anymore of my angst about fuckboys and alike anymore. 603 more words

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February 20th, 2017 Movie - The Farmer's Wife

I am going to just throw this out there. First of all, I have stated many times that I really enjoy the Legends Of Horror box set, and this is true. 927 more words

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Alferd Hitchcok- Master of Suspense

“I am a typed director. If I made Cinderella, the audience would immediately be looking for a body in the coach.” –Alfred Hitchcock

Alred Hitchcock was one of the most famous film directors of the 20th century.

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Vertigo

Ugh. I don’t get the appeal of Alfred Hitchcock. He seems to hate women, loves improbable set-ups, and lets his movies trail on a half an hour longer than they need to. 759 more words

The Sound of Blackmail

in 2929 the great British film Director Alfred Hitchcock began work on a film called Blackmail which was originally commissioned as a silent movie and late in the day the studio decided to add sound to the final reel and as such made it the first British ‘Talkie’.  243 more words

Rebecca (1940)

Laurence Olivier, young bride, tennis matches, grandeur, magnificent house, creepy maid, secrets, Daphne Du Maurier, and Sir Hitchcock. “I’m asking you to marry me, you little fool.”

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