Tagged: alfred hitchcock


Monday Movie: Number 17, by David Bax

Every Monday, we’ll recommend a movie–it could be a classic, an overlooked recent treasure, an unfairly maligned personal favorite or whatever the hell we feel like–and we’ll tell you where to find it online. Number 17, an early sound film...


Hitchcock’s Jimmy Stewart and Audience Complicity, by Tyler Smith

Alfred Hitchcock was primarily a director of thrillers. His films contained intrigue, espionage, obsession, sexual desire, and, most of all, murder. Sometimes this murder was expected by the audience, other times welcomed. In some films, the murder would come out...