Welcome, friends. The 4th Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon has arrived! Maxim De Winter has very kindly allowed us to spend the weekend at Manderley to watch and discuss the work of Mr. Hitchcock.
Mr. De Winter has left instructions that we are free to go anywhere in the house and grounds, apart from the west wing and a certain stretch of the beach. Ah, I see that Mrs. Danvers is beckoning us all into the screening room. The Hitchcock films are about to start. Please check back to this post over the next two days to read all of the Hitchcock related posts.
Erica kicks things off by discussing the underrated Hitch film I,Confess.
Ruth shares her thoughts on Rebecca.
I take a look at Rope.
Gill discusses Hitchcock’s last film Family Plot.
Rick takes a look at Hitch’s glamorous thriller North By Northwest.
Sally shares her thoughts on Marnie.
Christian looks at the symbolism in Vertigo.
Rich takes a look at some episodes of the Alfred Hitchcock TV series.
Patty discusses the Hitchcock villains.
Matt shares his thoughts on Shadow Of A Doubt.
Le discusses Stage Fright.
Rebecca goes back to the Silent era to take a look at Champagne.
Claudia writes about Torn Curtain.
Paddy shares her thoughts on the Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode Banquo’s Chair.
Jess heads to the Riveria to take a look at To Catch A Thief.
Dubsism discusses Foreign Correspondent.
Meredith heads to Manderley to uncover the mystery of Rebecca.
Kayla tells us all about The Lady Vanishes.
Paul compares The Twilight Zone to Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
Tiffany shares her thoughts on To Catch A Thief.
Gabriela writes about Frenzy.
Paul joins Jimmy Stewart to take a peek at Rear Window.