1940s, 4/4, Alfred Hitchcock, Best Picture Winner, Drama, Review

Rebecca: A Second Look

Dripping with atmosphere, brimming with wonderful performances, and feeling like there's a ghost around every corner of the almost mythic Manderley, Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca may be one of his lesser great works, but it's still great. That we can talk about the gradations of his great films is a testament to how many he had… Continue reading Rebecca: A Second Look

Alfred Hitchcock, Top Ten

Alfred Hitchcock: The Definitive Ranking

A top 53. Not even close to a Top 10. Hitchcock's career as director spanned 51 years and saw the advent of sound, the profusion of color cinematography, the adoption of widescreen aspect ratios to combat television, and the beginnings of the fall of the studio system. He started as a contract director with British… Continue reading Alfred Hitchcock: The Definitive Ranking