The Second Annual Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon has finally arrived!
Over the next two days, a large number of truly wonderful bloggers will be submitting their articles on all things Hitch. Check back to this post today and tomorrow, I will be updating it as regularly as I can linking to all of the entries.
I can’t wait to read all of your posts. Thank you so much for taking part.
The Second Annual Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon participants gather together in the hotel lounge. The strains of Bernard Herrmann’s music can be heard floating through the air.
Someone informs us that lunch is now ready. We tuck into a delicious buffet, this is laid out for us all on top of a suspicious looking chest belonging to some guy called Brandon.
Day 2 Entries
The Wonderful World Of Cinema goes out to sea in order to discuss Hitchcock’s ocean set thriller Lifeboat.
Poppity flees from crop dusters as she reviews the Hitchcock classic North By Northwest.
Silver Screen Classics goes on a journey with Richard Hannay to uncover the mystery of The 39 Steps.
Vinnieh tells us what happened when Uncle Charlie came to town in Shadow Of A Doubt.
Taking Up Room discusses an early film which would later become the only Hitch film that the director ever remade The Man Who Knew Too Much.
Cracked Rear Viewer discusses the suspenseful 3D Hitchcock film Dial M For Murder.
Sat In Your Lap discusses the powerful Hitchcock film The Wrong Man.
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society discusses the haunting and suspenseful film Rebecca.
Retro Movie Buff encounters spies and windmills in her review of Foreign Correspondent.
Day 1 Entries
Down These Mean Streets spent some time with Devlin, Alicia and Alexander, and she writes about that experience in her review of Notorious.
Cinema Essentials discusses Hitchcock’s suspenseful 3D film Dial M For Murder.
The Midnite-Drive In discusses the terrifying 60’s shocker Psycho and also the biopic Hitchcock.
Wolffian Classics Movies Digest joins Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly to look out at the Rear Window.
Realweegiemidgetreviews discusses Four O’ Clock, a Hitchcock directed episode of the TV series Suspicion.
Silver Screenings joins a party hiding a grisly secret in Rope.
Bonnywood Manor gets caught up in the thrilling spy story Topaz.
Caftan Woman invites us all to join her at the theatre to discuss Stage Fright.
The Stop Button takes a look at one of Hitchcock’s early British films Young And Innocent.
dbmoviesblog takes a trip to Bodega Bay and witnesses nature striking back in The Birds.
Taking Up Room tells us all about Hitchcock’s first ever sound film Blackmail.
Cary Grant Won’t Eat You talks about the disappointing Hitchcock film Torn Curtain.
Sparks From A Combustible Mind discusses the time when Hitchcock went comic in The Trouble With Harry.