Tag Archives | Alfred Hitchcock

REVIEW: ‘Rope’ (1948)

Grade: A- When it comes to camera techniques, fewer are admired more than the infamous tracking shot. These shots have been used more frequently than ever in recent years, mostly for the sake of gimmick. However, when it is pulled off by a filmmaker who knows what they are doing, it can be a spectacle. […]

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Last Chance for ’39 Steps’ Contest!

Today is the last day to enter to win tickets to see The 39 Steps on Broadway. Even if you don’t win, just for entering you will receive information on how you can get discounted tickets to the show. Deadline to enter is midnight tonight (U.S. Central Time)! Click Here for Instructions on How to […]

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3 Hitchcock Books Worth Reading

One of the best ways to get to know one of your favorite auteurs, besides watching their films, is to read their biographies. The better the director, the more books available about them. With all the choices out there for Hitchcock biographies, I thought I would take a look at them and find 3 that […]

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User Review: ‘Rear Window’

Hitchcock month has begun at Film Misery! During the month of July we will be taking a look at Alfred Hitchcock’s life and work as part of our Career Appreciation series. Earlier this week I sent a query for reviews of your favorite Hitchcock film. The first response came from reader G1000 who has done […]

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