Some quick take reviews, followed by a featured discussion of Hitchcock’s silent-era classic ‘The Lodger.’
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Under-seen films by Catherine Breillat, Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Foreign Correspondence’ and James Gray’s ‘Two Lovers’ top this week’s New on Mubi selections.
Another year goes by, another list goes up. This year features some major changes including a new number one!
G Clark takes a look at 2012 releases ‘Ruby Sparks’ and ‘Skyfall’—and revisits a Hitchcock classic in this week’s Quick Takes.
Brief reviews for ‘Citizen Kane,’ ‘Psycho,’ ‘Seven Samurai’ and… ‘Trishna?’
There will be two performances by contemporary actors playing the iconic director in the next couple of months.
As tradition Alex updates the list of his favorite movies of all time. Read his list and share your thoughts!
One user on Vimeo has assembled some of the most iconic movie shots to have ever graced the silver screen.
He gets just about everything right about the look of the master of suspense.
This week is low on offerings, starting off 2012 on a rather low note in my book as I offer my opinions in one of the most cynical posts I’ve ever written.
‘Dragon Tattoo’ viral campaign, Whedon makes secret movie, mixed word for ‘Rum Diary’, new ‘Hugo’ trailer…
Each staff member of Film Misery responds to this week’s question.
Netflix apologizes for apocalypse, ‘Moneyball’ gets love from Academy, new ‘J. Edgar’ photos, ‘Vertigo’ video essay…
Marling joins Redford’s latest, good reviews for ‘The Help’, ‘Tintin’ poster, 27 Hitchcock cameos…
Celebrate this master composer’s 100th birthday by listening to five of his greatest film scores.
‘Deathly Hallows’ trailer spoiler, Milos Forman does ‘Ponzi’s Scheme’, ‘Bully Project’ trailer…
Two of Ingrid Bergman’s more diverse performances show her impeccable range and why she really is one of the greatest actresses of all-time.
Proflie of Christopher Nolan, ‘Hobbit’ may lose McKellen, ‘HP7’ gets a poster, U.S. of movies, Macguffin illustrated.
Most overdue actors, ‘Schmucks’ moves back, ‘Despicable Me’ gets positive first review, Alfred Hitchcock makes a “that’s what she said” joke…
The poll results are in and here are the top 5 Hitchcock film based on your votes: 5 and 4) North by Northwest and The Birds (tie) 3) Rear Window 2) Psycho 1) Vertigo All the rest of the list was pretty close. Check it out after the jump. If you want to defend your […]