I want to see the classics, the ground-breakers, the foreign films, the new ones, and the films that time forgot about. I've only got 31 days to immerse myself in the filthiest, most-horrific, scandalous, and eye-popping films THE WORLD HAS EVER SAW. So, without further ado, let us (me) begin!
"Dial M for Murder" (1954)
dir. Alfred Hitchock
wri. Frederick Knott
actors. Ray Milland, Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings
In parts, it reminded me of "Rope," (1948) one of my all-time favorite Hitchcock films, due to the focused energy on one room - the apartment of Margot & Tony (who really should've just got a divorce). I'm glad to have scratched out one more of Hitchcock films, although I wouldn't say it's one of my favorites. For now, "Strangers on a Train" (1951) has that title.