Show Notes for Episode 267, “Falling…in Love”


“5 Things You May Not Know About Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Spellbound'” by Oliver Lyttleton, The Playlist

“Selznick International’s Spellbound by Leonard Leff, The Criterion Collection

Spellbound: Love and Psychoanalysis” by Lesley Brill, The Criterion Collection

“Great Movie: Vertigo” by Roger Ebert, The Chicago Sun-Times

“Kim Novak Looks Back at ‘Vertigo'” by Roger Ebert, The Chicago Sun-Times

“Vertigo” by Jim Emerson, Scanners

“Is Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller Vertigo really the best film ever made?” by Tim Robey, The Guardian

“What’s the Big Deal?: Vertigo (1958)” by Eric D. Snider,

“Reel SF: Vertigo (1958)” by ClueSleuth, Reel SF

Eric’s website and Twitter

Broken Magic

The Deli Counter of Justice

Hitchcock/Truffaut by François Truffaut and Helen G. Scott

Hitchcock and Philosophy: Dial M for Metaphysics, edited by David Baggett and William A. Drumin


  1. “Guilty” by Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb, Guilty (1980)
  2. “Innocent When You Dream (78)” by Tom Waits, Franks Wild Years (1987)