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(credit: Walker Art Center)

Movie Blog: WAC Outdoor Movies, Trylon’s ‘MNUnearthed’

There was something oddly poetic about the idea of the first movie in Walker Art Center’s summer outdoor Music & Movies festival — Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window — being moved indoors.


Alfred Hitchcock

Movie Blog: Best Alfred Hitchcock Setpieces

Hitchcock’s best movies are like creamy bonbons, with velvety entertainment masking a molasses center of dread, obsession and Freudian pitfalls. If Hitchcock is even today considered the consummate movie director, it’s because he’s been one of the most successful at synthesizing his own stylistic and psychological concerns within easily digestible thrill machines.