I Love Alfred Hitchcock Movies

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    Genius

    A brilliant director.  He changed film making and paved the way for some of the best movies ever made.  His short stories were classic too.  It was never about the gore (which is okay) but the suspense was more gut wretching.  When Arbagast goes up to the...
    lizbatthory lizbatthory
    31-35, F
    Nov 12, 2007

    The Lodger. Incredible film

    and Hitchcock's earliest work in suspence .
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    Nov 27, 2015

    Shadow of a Doubt. Watch it.

    Essential for any fan of Hitchcock.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    Nov 25, 2015

    Rebecca Is Probably My Favourite..

    But after seeing 25 of his films I cant decide Stage Fright is also amazing as os dial M for Murder xx
    hellsbellsxxx hellsbellsxxx
    18-21, F
    1 Response Jun 18, 2012

    My Favorite

    I've seen several of Alfred Hitchcock's movies and my favorite of the bunch is North by Northwest. I have the DVD plus I'll watch it when it shows up on TV. It's an intelligent movie about mistaken identity and a couple of curveballs thrown in. The performances are terrific and...
    Morgause Morgause
    41-45, F
    Sep 10, 2011

    Foreign Correspondent is a good pre-war film

    featuring Hitchcock in his first on screen appearance.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    2 Responses Feb 1

    1) Psycho, 2) Rear Wind,

    3) Vertigo and 4) North by Northwest have each been ranked by the American Film Institute as part of the 100 greatest films ever made.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    5 Responses Nov 23, 2015

    He's the Master

    One of my favorites is Rope. Talk about tense! Dial M for Murder is another one of my favorites. Of course I love anything with Grace Kelly. He was an innovator, too. If a particular effect didn't already exist, he'd invent it (like the zooms used in Vertigo). The man was...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Apr 24, 2008

    So Not a Big Fan But...

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    desieyez desieyez
    18-21, F
    Feb 23, 2008

    A film that came later

    but is a little gem is "Frenzy," starring John Finch about a tie strangling serial killer terrorizing London, proving that Hitcock knew how to adapt with the times.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    Jan 7

    I Love Hitchcock's Psycho

    A couple of years ago, my dad (who's a great movie buff) bought the Bluray version of Hitchcock's classic 1960 movie and we sat and watched it together. It must have been transferred with lots of love and care and it was like watching a brand new movie; the only difference being...
    screamqueen1994 screamqueen1994
    22-25, F
    3 Responses Jun 17, 2013

    Love the Movies

    Birds is porbably my favourite, love the overbearing sense of menace throughout the movie feels really good, gives you a whole new perspective on animal intuition and expands the boundaries on what can be considered frightening or scary, i really loved psycho too, the films are...
    Donalh Donalh
    22-25, M
    Mar 29, 2008

    The Lodger, Hitchcock's first suspence movie is

    a tale involving Jack the Ripper. Even then he had a firm grasp of the genre that would make him.world famous.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    Jan 10

    Hitchcock's last film,

    "The Short Night," was unfortunately never made due to technical issues and the director's declining health. Too bad, it would have been interesting to have seen it.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    Nov 23, 2015

    Strangers on a Train.

    Great movie by Hitchcock. Great book by Patricia Highsmith.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    Nov 25, 2015

    My favorite Hitchcock movie is To Catch a Thief

    with Cary Grant and Grace Kelly. Perhaps not considered the greatest of his films but enjoyable to watch.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    Nov 21, 2015

    The Trouble with Harry.

    A four-stroke film and lost masterpiece Shor on location in the beautiful Vermont countryside.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    Nov 24, 2015

    Right at this moment on BBC America an Alfred

    Hitchcock Marathon is being shown. 1) Vertigo, 2) Psycho, 3) The Birds, 4) Rear Window.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    1 Response Jan 24

    Family Plot. Hitchcock's last film

    and except for Psycho his greatest commercial success. An enjoyable film and you won't be afraid to take a shower after seeing it.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    1 Response Nov 22, 2015

    Whereas Hitchcock was known mainly

    for his films his television program, Alfred Hitchcock presents (1955-1965), was equally good.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    1 Response Nov 22, 2015

    He Made Some Great Films

    It is an understatement to have written the title I did. One of the best films that Alfred Hitchcock directed is PSYCHO. What an intricate tale it was. The master was able to spin quite a film for our eyes to survey. Norman Bates is a character who is quite disturbed. The...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Jun 6, 2013

    I would of love to seen three stooges

    and Hitchcock team up for a stooge short.
    Legman79 Legman79
    36-40, M
    Mar 12, 2015

    Hitchcock's Frenzy is an interesting movie.

    Not his best nor worst, however as with Psycho it did show he had a talent for keeping up with the times.
    savoy2 savoy2
    46-50, M
    Nov 24, 2015

    Love Him!

    i absolutely love his films. rebecca, psycho, vertigo and rear window are my very favourites. the way that he uses your own psyche against you as a means of terror enhancement was really revolutionary. i couldn't shower with the curtain shut for weeks after i watched psycho for...
    journeyfulloflaughter journeyfulloflaughter
    26-30, F
    1 Response Nov 19, 2007

    I really enjoyed his movie "Rear Window.

    " I also remember going to Universal Studios and they had a section for Alfred Hitchcock and his movies. It was fun. He was a very artistic man, even today.
    jkaoru jkaoru
    31-35, F
    1 Response Jun 15, 2014
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