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Watch: ‘Eyes of Hitchcock’ Pays Chilling to Tribute to the Master of Suspense

Watch: 'Eyes of Hitchcock' Pays Chilling to Tribute to the Master of Suspense

The creepiest moments in Alfred Hitchcock’s films usually don’t involve blood or gore, but rather a telling look in the characters; eyes and that fills our hearts with dread. Video essayist :: kogonda explores these same moments in his newest mashup for the Criterion Collection, “The Eyes of Hitchcock.” 

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He’s selected some of the most memorable expressions of shock, devastation, deviance and terror from the Hitchcock canon and paired them with Rob Crawley’s haunting tune “Anything can happen, and usually does…On the Orient Express.” The result is a fresh new look at what makes Hitchcock films timeless.

Filmmaker :: kogonada tweets at @kogonada and tumbles at missingozu.tumblr.com. You can view some of his work at kogonada.com.

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