‘To Scare An Audience’ – a Video Essay

The Master of Suspense is back! That’s right, Alfred Hitchcock returns from the grave to narrate a video essay project created by GonskyToGo author/Rutgers scholar, Gregory Gonsky. Watch and listen as the ‘Psycho’ director commentates on how film aesthetics–cinematography, editing, and sound–create and elicit FEAR in the minds and bodies of the audience. Featuring iconic sequences from three of his best-known works, ‘Vertigo,’ ‘Rear Window,’ and ‘Psycho,’ this project incorporates and pays many different homages to Hitchcock-ian conventions. Enjoy!


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