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36 Legendary Kills from The Master of Suspense

10 March 2011 1:03 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

More than any other filmmaker, Alfred Hitchcock is the quintessential 20th century movie director. He began his career in the days of silent pictures and continued all the way until 1976, with Family Plot.

During his long career, he directed over 40 features and once said that any movie director could surprise his audience by setting off a bomb, but to show the audience a time bomb, ticking away under a desk as two men calmly discuss baseball, is far more elegant and terrifying.

Instead of shocking his audience with splatter and gore, he terrified us with suspense. Audience have always been overwhelmed with the desire to warn the characters of the danger which they perceive, and which the characters are not aware of, especially in his films since, well murder was usually his calling card. Now thanks to UltraCulture, we can see 36 prime examples of Hitchcock’s method to transfer the »

- Ricky

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Listen to 12 Hours of François Truffaut Interviewing Alfred Hitchcock

17 February 2011 5:00 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

If you're a film fan, chances are you're an Alfred Hitchcock fan. And if you're an Alfred Hitchcock fan, today just might be Christmas. Film Detail was poking around online when they stumbled upon almost 12 hours of audio featuring the father of the French New Wave, François Truffaut, interviewing the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock in 1962. Let's say that again. There are 12 hours of free audio of Truffaut talking to Hitchcock about his entire life, both personal and professional. For anyone who can't afford $120,000 for film school, we may have just found a free one. Read the details, track titles and get all the links after the break. A huge thanks to Film Details [1] (with a tip of the cap to Open Culture [2]) for alerting us to this amazing audio. According to the article, this is the original raw audio from a 1962 interview that ended up as the source material »

- Germain Lussier

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10 More Full-Length Films To Watch Online

18 January 2011 4:03 PM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

A while back I submitted an article that listed ten great full-length films to check out on YouTube and was pleased to find that some of you Owf readers were really happy to find such an article on your favourite movie blog! So today’s Top 10 is a follow up to that piece, a sequel if you like, and below you can find ten more fantastic films that you can legally watch for free online. As we’re all undoubtedly skint in this longest, most depressing of months, hopefully one of the below can brighten your day!

10. The Woman In Green (1945)

Legendary detective Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) and his faithful sidekick Dr. Watson (Nigel Bruce) are called in by Scotland Yard to investigate a series of bizarre murders, where the only connection is that each victim has had a finger severed off. Believing the culprit to be a maniac, Scotland Yard »

- Stuart Cummins

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