Tag: Alfred Hitchcock

1960 – Psycho

  Well folks, it’s time for another installment of Cinematic Century, and another brutal grudge match between two of my favorite directors of all time. It’s absolutely mind-blowing that both 1959 and 1960 would feature films directed by Alfred Hitchcock and Billy Wilder, let alone having those four […]

1958 – Vertigo

    Earlier in this project I discussed a film that often gets saddled with the occasionally problematic title of “greatest film of all time.”┬áCitizen Kane┬áhas been the go to pick for this title for decades, getting everything that comes along with that title, both good and bad. […]

1954 – Rear Window

    Surprise, surprise, we’re talking about Alfred Hitchcock again this week on Cinematic Century! Spoiler alert, but during the 50’s this list is going to be absolutely dominated by Billy Wilder and Alfred Hitchcock, two of my favorite directors at the top of their game, churning out […]

1948 – Rope

  Folks, now that we’ve reached the late-40s here on the Cinematic Century, you’re going to have to get ready to talk about Alfred Hitchcock all the damn time. I love Hitchcock’s films. The man is very problematic, but the films he created are some of the finest […]

1943 – Shadow of a Doubt

I’ve mentioned this before during the run of this Cinematic Century project, but this whole thing began with me realizing I’d seen a shocking amount of movies from most of the years of the Twentieth Century. I’d found that I’d seen at least one film from 1920 to […]