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Hitch20 - Episode 10 "Lamb to the Slaughter Blotter"

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SEASON FINALE. Documentary web series exploring the film techniques of the twenty TV episodes Alfred Hitchcock directed. Ep10: What criteria did Hitchcock have for his stories? This special webisode examines "Lamb to the Slaughter" from its camera movements to its suspense model, as well as a special commentary from Dr. Susan Smith on food imagery. Sponsored by: Glidecam: http://www.glidecam.com Special Guests: Jan Olsson John P. Hess @FilmmakerIQ Michael Winokur @winokurphoto JForris Day, Jr. @forrisday Jordan Stone @JRock4303 Dr. Susan Smith Now follow Hitch20 on Twitter @BorgusFilm #hitch20 Official site: http://www.borgus.com/hitch20 NOTES Other Hitch20 Episodes mentioned: #7 'Mile' http://youtu.be/BI6tWsFnlCU Sam Suspense Model: 1. Withhold Info 2. Hero Does Wrong 3. Long Cover-up 4. Almost Caught Theme music performed by Radoslav Zdravkovic: https://www.youtube.com/user/RadoslavZ Written/Produced/Narrated by Jeffrey Michael Bays Author of 'Between the Scenes' in bookstores worldwide. Official site: http://www.borgus.com Read our eBook on Kindle: 'How to Turn Your Boring Movie into a Hitchcock Thriller' http://www.amazon.com/Boring-Movie-Hitchcock-Thriller-ebook/dp/B00FJJLYPM/ See our website for more in depth articles: http://www.borgus.com --- This season you'll learn: audience manipulation, the film chase, branding with cameos, tension, new suspense models, and the Hitch logline test. Upcoming Special Guests: William C. Martell (screenwriter for HBO & Showtime), John P. Hess of FilmmakerIQ, V Renée of No Film School, Hitchcock scholars Susan Smith, Jan Olsson, Dan Auiler, and more! Series written/produced/narrated by Jeffrey Michael Bays, author of 'Between the Scenes.'