Tag Archives: Laraine Day

Foreign Correspondent (1940) – reviewed by George

Hitchcock’s 26th film (and the second shot in Hollywood) is a real thriller, with a lot of sequences designed to leave you breatless (they succeed). And the Hitchcock sense of humor is back after “Rebecca”, which had its humorous moments, … Continue reading

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The Locket (1946) – reviewed by George

“The Locket” qualifies as film noir, but it quietly transcends that genre by its surprising excellence. It purports to tell the story of a sociopathic young woman, cruelly traumatized as a child. The film has a unique flashback structure, unique … Continue reading

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