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Ep. 6: Strangers on a Train

Movie Geeks, it is time for me to review a movie I haven’t seen before. I explore the world terror, suspense, and circumstance in the 1951 classic Strangers on a Train, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. I am not too familiar with his films so it was nice to be able to view this movie along with my friends Shawn and James. We discuss the film from the plot, to the characters, to the cinematography. Are black and white films still relevant? Who still talks to random strangers? Also, is it really necessary to remake this film? We answer all of this and more in this episode of Movie Geek & Proud. Enjoy the show.

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Question of the Week #6

Next week on the podcast of Movie Geek & Proud I am reviewing an Alfred Hitchcock movie I have never seen before. I think I may have seen 3 or 4 of his directorial films. So comes the question of the week: How many of Hitchcock’s films have you seen? 

QotW6

Comment and share which ones you have seen and if you are familiar with his work, you should be able to tell which movie I am going to cover in Ep. 6. Take a guess in the comments or listen to the latest episode of the podcast and find out. 

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