Tag Archives: Alfred Hitchcock

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956 dir. Alfred Hitchcock)

5 Nov

Hitchcock music man’s London gig is spoiled by non-fatal shooting in anti-Christian thriller.

4/5

Saboteur (1942 dir. Alfred Hitchcock)

21 Sep

Wealthy caucasian terrorist bombers perpetuate what must be a Daily Mail reporter’s vision of hell.

3/5

High Anxiety (1977 dir. Mel Brooks)

7 Sep

Jewish comedian commits borderline genre fraud and gets justifyably shat on.

2/5

The Trouble With Harry (1955 dir. Alfred Hitchcock)

25 Aug

Two couples bond over numerous unofficial funerals of emaculately-dressed carcass.

2/5

Marnie (1964 dir. Alfred Hitchcock)

12 Aug

Mother’s whoring and act of manslaughter causes mental health problems in later years for James Bond fuck target/wife.

3/5

Dial M For Murder (1954 dir. Alfred Hitchcock)

15 May

Frightfully well-spoken British gents plot to have slut garrotted, before other gents nearly have her hung from neck until death.

4/5

Shadow Of A Doubt (1943)

30 Dec

In a picturesque, ordered suburb, man and neice battle to say own name more times than the other.

5/5

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