Eric McDonough ★★★★
Like most, on a narrative level I can’t make heads or tails of it.
It’s become a groan-worthy cliche to ask “was it all a dream?” at the end of…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Sam Van Hallgren ★★★★★ 1
Hey, lookee here, it’s a Coen Brothers movie that’s wiser, funnier and more moving on a revisit. And I loved it the first time.
Brolin was robbed. Should have won…
Filmspotting ★★½ 19
I never have go-to answers when people ask me about widely-adored prestige pictures I consider overrated, so I'm glad I finally caught up with this. Not willing to go so…
Ben Reiss ★★★★★ 7
**Not going to spoiler tag this because it’s more of an essay than a review but if you’re spoiler-sensitive consider yourself warned**
I’ve been watching a lot of Paul Schrader’s…
Frenzy is Hitchcock's last great gift to British Cinema, also one of Hitchcock's best and least appreciated films. It's his most graphic and nasty movie but with all the classic…
MPieper ★★★½ 3
(very mild spoilers / TW: discussion of sexual violence)
Two times in Frenzy, the camera moves from a confined place to a shot of the busy London streets, where it…
🐱Andrew Has Company for the Weekend!🐱 ★★★★ 4
☆"Yes, it's a tie alright. It's another necktie murder!"☆
The penultimate film of Alfred Hitchcock's long career is Frenzy, from 1972. After watching so many of his early works from…