Hitchcock experimented with numerous new shots in The Wrong Man. Click here to read a short analysis of the best ones. If you like this post, share it!
Alfred Hitchcock pioneered many modern film techniques. The dutch angle is one of my favorites. His best is in The Man Who Knew Too Much. Click to read!
To Catch a Thief is one of Hitchcock’s highly regarded films. Aspects have been copied by directors for decades. Click for a review and analysis of why!
Alfred Hitchcock is a pioneer in camera angles and techniques. One of his movies, The Trouble with Harry, has tons of great shots. Click and take a look!
Ever wonder why many movie experts say Alfred Hitchcock as the greatest who ever lived? Me too! Click here to read about my analysis on Hitchcock movies!
10 Cloverfield lane features a cast of only three for nearly the entire film. Click here to see how they keep the tension and pace of the movie so high.
Zootopia is a home run from Disney. Click here to find out what important lessons the movie has to teach about racism and optimism. If you like it, share!
Mr. Robot is the breakout dark, gritty, hit drama show of last year from the USA Network. Click here to find out if the show actually lives up to the hype!
Ever notice how a movie has several shades of blue? What about red or orange? Click here to discover how movies use color to create themes and feelings.
Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight was filmed in enormous 70mm. The roadshow finally reached my town. Let me know if you think the roadshow was worth the wait!