The Return of the Hitchcockian Thriller

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Wess Haubrich

Wess A. Haubrich is contributing contributor at The 405 Film.

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  1. Avatar Will Truman
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    I will have to check it out.

    I recently audiobooked a book called Woman In The Window which seemed like it was conceived to be a Hitchcock movie but instead became an homage to Hitchcock in book form. I decided I should consume more stories like this.Report

  2. Avatar aaron david
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    I hadn’t given this film any real thought (as I haven’t given many films any thought lately), but now I will look for it. Thanks!Report

  3. Avatar Em Carpenter
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    I want to read this, but I can’t because the book is still on my list of “to-reads”!Report

  4. Avatar gabriel conroy
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    Ditto to what Em said. I stopped reading once I got to the spoiler warning.

    I will say I’ve always had a strong distaste for Hitchcock’s shtick. I didn’t like the music, his lispy affectation, or his ploy of playing small roles in his movies–those things just turned me off. However, the actual shows, a few of which I’ve seen, I usually liked and they’re the type of shows I like anyway.Report

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