HitchcOctober Day 1: Re-Cap

It’s HitchcOctober! I’ve been meaning to do this for years, and now I finally am, huzzah! Both Life Vs Film and French Toast Sunday are devoting the month of October to the films of Alfred Hitchcock, so I’m starting things off with a run-through of all the Hitchcock films I’ve reviewed so far. I’ve ranked them in order from worst to best, and intend to do the same again come the end of the month, but with a significantly longer list, as I should have crossed off a fair few more from his filmography. So, for now, check out my thoughts on some of his movies:
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1928 Champagne
Champagne
3/10

1931 Rich and Strange
Rich and Stange
3/10

1927 The Ring
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4/10

1936 Secret Agent
Secret Agent
4/10

1930 Murder!
Murder
5/10

1931 The Skin Game
The Skin Game
5/10

1929 Blackmail
Blackmail
6/10

1936 Sabotage
Sabotage
6/10

1929 The Manxman
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7/10

1935 The 39 Steps
The 39 Steps
7/10

1928 The Farmer’s Wife
The Farmer's Wife
7/10

1951 Strangers on a Train
Strangers on a Train
7/10

1958 Vertigo
Vertigo
9/10

1948 Rope
Rope
9/10

1960 Psycho
Psycho
10/10

1959 North By Northwest
North By Northwest
10/10

Be sure to check back soon (tomorrow, perhaps?) for my latest Hitchcock review.

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7 thoughts on “HitchcOctober Day 1: Re-Cap

  1. Woo hoo! I am also really grateful to the holder of this web pagbe wwho has shared this wonderful article at here.

    Can’t wait to read all your new Hitch posts.

  2. I cannot fault your ratings so far. You are spot on. There are some interesting movie coming up for you I can see and I am looking forward to read your reviews on them (Rear Window, Shadow of a Doubt, Rebecca etc.)

    • Spoiler alert: I love Rear Window (there’s a few films I’ve seen before but not reviewed yet). I haven’t seen Shadow or Rebecca, but I’m staring at DVDs of them both not, and am hoping to get to them this month.

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