Quintessentially Hitchcock and More Than a Sex Mystery

Quintessentially Hitchcock and More Than a Sex Mystery

by Tommie Cruz “Is Alfred Hitchcock’s Marnie … a sex story … ? … a mystery … ? … a detective story … ? … a romance … ? … a story of a thief … ? a love story … ? … Yes and more !” These words are taken directly from the peculiar trailer presented by Hitchcock himself,...
The Ladies Don’t Vanish: Hitchcock’s Sheroes

The Ladies Don’t Vanish: Hitchcock’s Sheroes

by Isabel Tandazo The movie was not going to be for him but The Lady Vanishes, 1938 ended up being the most Hitchcock a movie could possibly get. In a twist of fate that allowed him to appropriate a project that had been conceived and developed for someone else, and...
Women of Power Amongst Men

Women of Power Amongst Men

by Isaiah Speller Hitchcocks Display of Female Leads Challenging The Status Quo The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) falls into Hitchcock’s later films that more overtly feature female suffering. While it is commonplace that he prioritizes female leads, this film instead...
Something Different from Hitchcock

Something Different from Hitchcock

by Nathan Toro   Hitchcock is well known to be the auteur of suspense and imagery, but there’s always that one piece of artwork that is different than the others. As stated in DeRosa’s book Writing with Hitchcock: The Collaboration of Alfred Hitchcock and...
The Kind of Person Alfred Hitchcock Was

The Kind of Person Alfred Hitchcock Was

by Braxton Lawrence From my research, I have come to learn that Alfred Hitchcock was such an influential figure in the history of cinema. He was more than the nickname he was given, “Master of Suspense.” In a career that lasted for six decades, he made over fifty...