Tag: alfred-hitchcock

Hitchcock Collection: Psycho Review

Mike Sutton accepts a room at the Bates Motel and takes a look at "Psycho", Hitchcock's blackest, wittiest comedy and one of the most influential films ever made.

Hitchcock Collection: Marnie Review

Alfred Hitchcock's "Marnie" has variously been declared a masterpiece and decried as a travesty. Mike Sutton takes a fresh look at a very interesting, deeply flawed film as presented as part of Universal's Hitchcock Masterpiece Collection.

Hitchcock Collection: Vertigo Review

Vertigo is one of the greatest films ever made and it looks gorgeous on Universal's new DVD, part of their Alfred Hitchcock Masterpiece Collection reviewed by Mike Sutton

Hitchcock Collection: The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) Review

Mike Sutton takes a look at Alfred Hitchcock's underrated remake of his film "The Man Who Knew Too Much", part of the the Masterpiece Collection from Universal.

Hitchcock Collection: The Trouble With Harry Review

"The Trouble With Harry" was a breather for Hitchcock during the period when he made some of his greatest movies. Mike Sutton looks at Universal's DVD of this enjoyable comedy, part of the new Alfred Hitchcock Masterpiece Collection.

Hitchcock Collection: Rear Window Review

One of Hitchcock's most beloved films, "Rear Window" sees him entering his decade-long golden age. Mike Sutton looks at Universal's remastered DVD, part of their Hitchcock "Masterpiece Collection".

Hitchcock Collection: Rope Review

Hitchcock's experiment in the possibilities of extended takes, "Rope" has met with considerable criticism. Mike Sutton takes a look at the film as part of his reviews of Universal's new "Alfred Hitchcock Masterpiece Collection".

Hitchcock Collection: Shadow Of A Doubt Review

Hitchcock demonstrated that he was very much at home in small-town America in his first American masterpiece "Shadow of a Doubt". Mike Sutton takes a look at Universal's remastered R1 DVD, part of their 15 disc "Masterpiece Collection".

Hitchcock Collection: Saboteur Review

In the first of a series of reviews of films from Universal's "Alfred Hitchcock Masterpiece Collection", Mike Sutton looks at the earliest film in the set; the disappointing but occasionally inspired "Saboteur".

Rebecca (Criterion Collection) Review

<b>Alexander Larman</b> has reviewed the Region 0 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=449&story=2500">Rebecca: Criterion Collection</a>. Despite not having the foresight to feature bestiality, hobbits or singing and dancing, Hitchcock's fine film is released on an excellent DVD, with some genuinely fascinating extras <p>

Rear Window Review

<b>Alexander Larman</b> has reviewed the Region 1 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=142&story=1833">Rear Window</a>. An all-time classic Hitchcock thriller is presented on an excellent disc.<p>

North By Northwest Review

<b>Mike Sutton</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=138&story=1824">North By Northwest</a>. A wonderfully entertaining Hitchcock romp presented on a very impressive DVD.

Notorious Review

<b>Mike Sutton</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of Alfred Hitchcock's <a href="getreview.cgi?id=101">Notorious</a>. Perhaps his best film, presented on a rather average DVD in PTV's "Hitchcock Collection".

Spellbound Review

<b>Mike Sutton</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=92">Spellbound</a>. A hugely enjoyable thriller from Hitchcock with top class production values. The DVD is better than expected.