A Vertiginous Horror

A creepy psychodrama about heights and blondes. [Read more...]

Hitchcock’s Analysis of Love and Murder

Review of Hitchcock, Directed by Sacha Gervasi By KENDRICK KUO  The opening scene of Hitchcock met with erupting laughter from the theater audience. Ed Gein—the inspiration for the novel Psycho—killed his brother with a shovel to the head in a most comedic way; after which the camera panned to Alfred Hitchcock (Anthony Hopkins) who speaks [Read More...]

The Slavery of Spite

Review of Rebecca, directed by Alfred Hitchcock By PAUL D. MILLER Rebecca (1940) is a creepy film. From the opening shot of trees in the mist to a key sequence in the fog to the closing shot of a mansion engulfed in smoke, the film is pervaded with wisps of the gray stuff, a visual [Read More...]


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