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Feb
12th
2019

Thoughts on Rebecca (1940) · 4:06am Feb 12th, 2019

So a few days ago, I watched Rebecca.

And it was pretty good.

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Feb
14th
2019

Thoughts on Spellbound (1945) · 3:23am Feb 14th, 2019

So I just saw Spellbound.

And it was pretty great.

It definitely held my attention better than Rebecca, but I suppose that is because I was more invested in the plot this time. It's really a fascinating movie in a lot of different ways.

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Feb
7th
2019

Thoughts on The Lodger (1927) · 3:41am Feb 7th, 2019

This Friday I have to turn in a paper for my Alfred Hitchcock class: the one that spurred on this Hitchcock marathon. It involved looking at a Hitchcock movie we hadn't seen specifically for class and I wasn't going to write this until the paper was done.

Well, it's done. So...

I just saw The Lodger on Monday night.

And it was pretty great.

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Mar
16th
2019

Thoughts on Lifeboat (1944) · 7:49am Mar 16th, 2019

So on Thursday, I saw Lifeboat (1944).

And it was pretty great.

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Jan
18th
2019

Thoughts on Blackmail (1929) · 4:32am Jan 18th, 2019

So I just saw Blackmail.

And it was pretty good.

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Jan
31st
2019

Thoughts on Sabotage (1936) · 4:35am Jan 31st, 2019

So I just watched Sabotage.

And it was pretty good.

This review of sorts is a day early because due to the cold weather, classes were cancelled for today and tomorrow, and I thought that since I had the time, I ought to see this movie today. The professor wanted us to see it anyway and luckily I have it on DVD.

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Feb
15th
2019

Thoughts on Shadow of a Doubt (1943) · 4:23am Feb 15th, 2019

So I just saw Shadow of a Doubt.

And it was pretty great.

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Jan
11th
2019

Thoughts on Rear Window (1954) · 3:58am Jan 11th, 2019

So I just saw Rear Window.

And it was pretty great.

First off, some context. I'm taking a class this semester about Alfred Hitchcock and this was the first film of his that we saw, so I thought I ought to write about it, and the others when I saw them; so this will become a semi-weekly thing. It also means I'll be branching out from new releases.

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Mar
14th
2019

Thoughts on Notorious (1946) and How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019) (Double Review) · 8:22pm Mar 14th, 2019

I have not been motivated to do things lately. But I saw these two movies recently, and I feel like I should talk about them anyway.

I saw Notorious first, two weeks ago, so I shall talk about that.

I thought it was pretty good.

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Mar
26th
2019

Thoughts on Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018) and Strangers on a Train (1951) (Double Review) · 3:16am Mar 26th, 2019

So a bit over a week ago, I saw Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018).

And it was...decent?

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Aug
26th
2021

Some of my favorite quotes 3: · 1:33am August 26th

1. I thought I just heard someone say 'We're blasting off again,' but we copyrighted that! —James from Pokémon

2. Q: I just want to talk to you woman to woman if that’s possible?
A: it is possible as we’re both women!
—Brennan from tv series Bones

3. The more successful the villain, the more successful the picture.” -Alfred Hitchcock

4. I’m wearing tights instead of pants —James from Pokémon

5. Azula: I don't have tragic sobs stories like all of you.

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Oct
6th
2021

Book Recommendation: Horror Cavalcade · 11:21pm October 6th

Hello all.

Just wanted to check in and drop a recommendation for a pair of books I know about, that I felt would be seasonally appropriate. :pinkiesmile:

Respectively, they are "Horror Cavalcade: From The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari to Curse of the Werewolf," and "Horror Cavalcade: From The Pit and the Pendulum to The Sixth Sense."

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Oct
31st
2015

Review: Psycho (1960) · 7:01pm Oct 31st, 2015

Alfred Hitchcock's slasher-thriller is one of the best films in the genre, and one of the best Hitchcock films period.

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