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Rebecca (1940)

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Written by Robert E. Sherwood Joan Harrison and based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier
(number 326)

I had wondered if I’d watched this movie previously. 492 more words


My Review of ‘Suspicion’ (1941)

Like many a Hitchcock film, this one involves a train. In this instance, a man and woman meet on a train. They are Johnnie Aysgarth (played with debonair suave by Cary Grant) and Lina McLaidlaw (played with shy reserve by Joan Fontaine). 298 more words

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Drive (2011)

Drive, one of cinema’s smash hits from 2011, is like a bad car crash – you know you shouldn’t really stop to watch, but you just can’t help yourself. 487 more words


March 15th, 2017 Movie - Juno And The Paycock

Well, it was a brief return to the present but we are back to some classic Hitchcock now. Now, I find myself with a little bit of a problem with this movie being in this box set because even though it is a Hitchcock movie, it is not a horror movie. 1,000 more words

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Best known for its Statue of Liberty finale, Hitchcock’s Saboteur (1942) reflects the director’s strong disdain for authority. Several reviews at the time note this in a pejorative way. 475 more words

March 13th, 2017 Movie - Jamaica Inn (1939)

It has been a while since I have watched a Hitchcock movie. That is definitely one of the best things about the Legends Of Horror box set, as I have been able to see a lot of his lesser known films. 1,361 more words

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“What are you doing?” Lianne called behind her.

“I’m walking behind you!” Marvin called back.

“But why so far?” She held her ground, waiting for him to catch up. 159 more words

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