Monthly Archives: June 2014

Psycho: The Christian Hipster’s Summer Guide to Hitchcock

It well may be the greatest horror film ever made. And even though it’s a little bit mainstream, hipsters love it so much they already know the trivia. Or do they? This week’s post starts out with a psychoquiz:   … Continue reading

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The Man Who Knew Too Much: The Christian Hipster’s Summer Guide to Hitchcock

Intercultural relations, classical music, Doris Day, and a guy with a gun in the opera box. What’s not to love? The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956). Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With James Stewart and Doris Day. Reasons Hipsters Will … Continue reading

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Strangers On A Train: The Christian Hipster’s Summer Guide to Hitchcock

What do Christian Hipsters love more than a good discussion on postmodernism and morality? And what better cultural reference than Hitch’s brilliantly premised and shot tale of a botched non-bargain and an out of control carousel ride?   Strangers On … Continue reading

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Vertigo: The Christian Hipster’s Summer Guide to Hitchcock

Considered by some to be Hitchcock’s masterpiece, this week’s movie is also known as “the other Hitch film where Jimmy Stewart watches other people (there are as many reaction as action shots of him in the film), loves a blonde, and … Continue reading

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Rebecca: The Christian Hipster’s Summer Guide to Hitchcock

What are Christian Hipsters watching this summer? Hitchcock.  Well, let’s face it, Christian Hipsters are always watching Hitchcock.  Let’s start the summer with Hitch’s first film made in America: Rebecca (1940). Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Produced by David O. Selznick. … Continue reading

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