Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Hitchcock/Truffaut


If you haven't noticed, and forgive me if you have, Tom Sutpen at Charlie Parker has been posting the taped conversations that made up the classic volume Hitchcock/Truffaut, which I was first introduced to in my film classes in college. It is Hitchcock. It lives. It's also long - as evidenced by the clatter of silverware and crockery in the background.

Tom's up to episode 24 and here's the link to all posted so far (also at pic).

Leave us not forget Slammerers, he's the man who made Ed Gein acceptable to our palates, and plucked out eyeballs with animatronic crows.

1 comment:

Tom Sutpen said...

Muchas gracias, Lex10; both for the generous plug as well as leading me to this blog. Fantastico!