Hitchcock

Hitchcock has been mentioned or cited more than a thousand times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Taste of Cinema – Movie Reviews and Classic Movie Lists' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Hitchcock was highly popular in February last year. Popularity drop is quite noticeable as the number of mentions has suffered a drastic multifold decline in the last 6 months.

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Best Spring Break Ever

[...] exactly, we were sleeping on random floors in outer belt Maryland. We went to see Robyn Hitchcock at the 9:30 Club. Hitchcock was at the height of popularity then, and acts like his never [...]

goodmenproject.com

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Well-Wrought and Old-Fashioned: Robin Wood’s The Apu Trilogy (New Edition)

[...] , and some of his most influential books are monographs on important directors of the day: Hitchcock, Howard Hawks, Arthur Penn, Ingmar Bergman. For the past ten years, Wayne State University has [...]

filmint.nu

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Amgen, Pfizer, Alphabet and Uber face up to trade secrets in biosimilars, self driving cars and product launch plans

[...] The AmeriKat ready for a Vertigo Hitchcock scene... Once you notice something, you start to see it everywhere.  During her film studies [...]

The IPKat
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ipkitten.blogspot.com

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Taking the Fall: A Signature Move of Alfred Hitchcock

[...] Have you noticed that in most Hitchcock films, there's always that character who will literally fall from the edge? Read More [...]

lomography.com

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The CC Graveyard Part Four: From Broke-Back Mustangs To A Monte Carlo Winner, And Some Bikes Too

[...] Studios, and was quite desirable car in its day (1953 – 1955). It was a co-star in Hitchcock’s 1955 “It Takes A Thief” with Cary Grant and Grace Kelley. The engine for these cars [...]

curbsideclassic.com

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The Hole | aka Trap (1997) Review

[...] revealing their relationship to be that of mother and son echoing the tone of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. It’s over breakfast that the son reveals to his mother that he’s set up a [...]

cityonfire.com

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Review: Dirty Projectors Turn Heartbreak Into Arty Bliss on Self-Titled LP

[...] Gene Simmons.” On “Death Spiral,” the metaphor is manifested via the score from Hitchcock’s Vertigo. On “Up in Hudson,” a sample of Peggy Seeger’s folk-song reading of “ [...]

easymusicguides.com

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Pulling Focus: Deep Red (1975)

[...] “In my book, Argento and Hitchcock master the threat of architecture and urban landscape like none other.” – Guillermo del Toro [...]

tasteofcinema.com

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Rope: Worldviews Have Consequences

[...] have consequences” has become something of a mantra for Christian apologists, but perhaps Alfred Hitchcock understood that principle better than most Christians. Rope is not nearly as well-known as [...]

christianentertainmentreviews.com

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'There's Enough Time to Change Everything'

[...] , Giacometti and Chagall; the European film as an art form (Swedish, Italian and French––Hitchcock’s Birds, for that matter, opened in the early ‘60s at MOMA); in the architecture of the [...]

theatlantic.com

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February 22

February 22

[...] a blue convertible was driven (with white gloves) by Grace Kelly. It was the classic 1955 Hitchcock film To Catch a Thief (I had never seen it – the fifties was the era of my parents), but [...]

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