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Eric Schaal

Eric Schaal is an expert on classic rock and mob films/TV, and you’ll see why in his in-depth coverage of The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Goodfellas, and The Sopranos. Eric doesn’t have trouble finding inspiration to write about a band like Zeppelin, which continues to pack a wallop and attract new fans. He began freelancing for Endgame360 in 2013, joined our full-time team in 2016, and has been writing about entertainment since 2018.

Eric earned his Bachelor’s in English Literature from New York University. When he’s off the clock, you might find Eric digging in with a Henry Miller classic or screening one of Italy’s cinematic treasures. Find more from Eric on his Muck Rack profile.

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‘Vertigo’: The Most Puzzling Scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s Masterpiece

The Alfred Hitchcock classic Vertigo (1958) can get its hooks into you in so many ways. If the unfolding of the tragedy in the opening scene doesn’t grab you, the hypnotic sequences of Detective John “Scottie” Ferguson (Jimmy Stewart) driving through San Francisco — or maybe the greatest plot twist in the history of cinema …