- What's your favourite Hitchcock Film?
Rear Window and North By Northwest are brilliant.
But Rope, Psycho, Notorius, The Birds & Spellbound are superb too.
Too many, really.
Rope is genius too.
Of the older stuff, I like The Lady Vanishes, Shadow Of A Doubt, Rebecca and The 39 Steps.
Saboteur is well worth a watch too.
Just looking at the above I can see another dozen I’ve missed which are equally as good – Lifeboat for example.
It’d be easier to list the crap ones!
Sorry to go on a bit but I’m a bit of a fanatic when it comes to Hitchcock.
Fond regards,Posted 5 years ago
Rear Window or Rope. What I like about Hitchcock, is the attention to detail in showing us how dark events occur under the noses of people going about their everday business. As Jimmy Stewart watches the sinister murderer Raymond Burr, we get to see and hear city life going on beyond.Posted 5 years ago
Does anyone know of films out now in a similar style to Hitchcock?
As much as I like his films, they can appear a little dated.athgrayMember
I know what you mean, and it is not a huge gripe. Acting styles change, better editing, etc. I have never found the portrayal of romance in Hollywood heyday all that convincing for example. His films are great though. Frenzy is another example showing terrible acts perpetrated in our midst which is quite chilling.Posted 5 years ago
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