INDEX ➥ Movies ➥ Reviews of Alfred Hitchcock Movies

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Movies

Alfred Hitchcock Movies

Listed By Rank & Median Rating

Alfred Hitchcock Movies

Listed By Rank & Median Rating

#1

    

REAR WINDOW | 1954

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 10, 2021

A wheelchair-bound photographer passes the time by spying on his neighbors from his apartment window, when he becomes convinced that one of them has murdered his wife and disposed of her body.

#2

    

VERTIGO | 1958

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 9, 2021

A former police detective suffering from acrophobia and vertigo is hired to follow a woman, who is supposedly behaving oddly. After they fall in love with each other, he becomes obsessed with her, and after she falls to her death in an apparent suicide, he becomes convinced that she’s still alive.

#3

    

PSYCHO | 1960

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 7, 2021

A secretary embezzles $40,000 from her employer’s client, goes on the run, and checks into a rundown, remote motel. The young, shy proprietor an his mother seem to be the only other persons until the secretary is stabbed to death while taking a shower by a shadowy figure.

#4

    

NORTH BY NORTHWEST | 1959

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 6, 2021

A New York City advertising executive with a settled urban and pleasant lifestyle, has to go on the run across the US when he becomes mistaken for a secret agent by foreign spies. Trains, murderous crop dusters and a suspiciously helpful pretty blonde complicate his escape.

#5

    

NOTORIOUS | 1946

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 3, 2021

Feeling guilty after her German father is convicted of treason against the US, a woman is persuaded by a government agent to use her infamy in order to spy on Nazis operating out of Brazil. Her mission becomes fraught with complications when she is instructed to seduce a Nazi leader, while also falling in love with the American agent.

#6

    

THE BIRDS | 1963

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 10, 2021

Suddenly, unexpectedly and without explanation, all manner of feathered creatures, small and large, launch lethally violent attacks on people in a small California town. Nobody seems safe outside, but birds soon figure out how to peck their way through roofs.

#7

    

MARNIE | 1964

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 2, 2021

A woman makes a habit of getting hired, stealing money from the company safe, and fleeing. After her last theft, her boss blackmails her into marrying him, realizes she suffers from nightmares and the color red can trigger extreme reactions, and resolves to uncover her childhood secrets.

#8

    

THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH | 1956

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 8, 2021

An American middle-class family vacationing in Morocco is thrown into turmoil when their young son is abducted. The parents pursue the kidnappers while unravelling a twisting plot of international intrigue and assassination.

#9

    

TROUBLE WITH HARRY | 1955

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 9, 2021

Harry’s body does not seem to want to stay buried in a small Vermont village during a warm autumn day. Some of the villagers keep burying Harry, while others unearth him, all the while trying to figure out what to do with the pesky body.

#10

    

TO CATCH A THIEF | 1955

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 8, 2021

After a string of acrobatic robberies, a presumably reformed jewel thief, living an idyllic life in the French Riviera, is suspected by both the local gendarmes and his estranged former French Resistance pals of having reverted to his old habits. To clear himself he has to catch the thief, and collaborates with a blonde heiress, who may be planning to catch a husband.

#11

    

SPELLBOUND | 1945

Edited by Kassandra Kael
UPDATED: April 6, 2021

A psychoanalyst starts to fall in love with the new, youthful director of her Vermont mental hospital, but then realizes that he’s an amnesiac with an abnormal fear of parallel lines and a guilt complex. He may also be a murderer and an impostor.

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