Shadow Of A Doubt – Alfred Hitchcock (1942)

With the Hitchcock season soon to come to an end, it seems fitting to look at one the director’s best and often underrated pictures.  His middle period from when he first left England for David O’Selznick’s studio produced a run of astonishing films, often overshadowed by his later American films such as Vertigo (1958) and Rear Window (1954).  These … Continue reading Shadow Of A Doubt – Alfred Hitchcock (1942)

The Trouble With Harry – Alfred Hitchcock (1955)

Hitchcock’s obsession with the macabre and murder seem to take over the majority of his work and often produced spellbinding and suspenseful results.  In 1954 though, Hitchcock produced a film that put on a different viewing filter on his dark vision.  Though a death lies at the very heart of The Trouble With Harry, never … Continue reading The Trouble With Harry – Alfred Hitchcock (1955)