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Warning: If you haven’t seen many of Hitchcock’s films, there are spoilers. Yes, being yet another exploration of Alfred Hitchcock’s work. Many essays and articles have been written about the influence of Alfred Hitchcock’s Catholic faith on his films. You can find them here, here, here, and here for starters. Rather than offer up an exhaustive treatise […]

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RearWindowHave you ever had this experience? Have you ever sat down with a book, a film, an album, what have you, that you’ve heard from time immemorial was a classic and thought…eh? Maybe you would have liked it if you had come to it cold, but it just couldn’t bear the weight of its own legacy.

I’ve always been a big Alfred Hitchcock fan. Vertigo is one of my favorite films of all time. The episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents entitled “Breakdown” is one of the most gripping 30 minutes of television I’ve ever seen (you can find it on Netflix or Amazon). While I’ve worked my way through most of the Hitchcock corpus, I had, until recently, somehow failed to make the time for Rear Window, considered one of the director’s all-time classics. Finding myself with some unexpected free time on a recent Sunday, I popped it up on Netflix. And, well…eh.

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