Right Now . . . October

Just a Little . . . Psycho!


I'm not a fan of today's "scary movies."  Even at Halloween.  Just don't like 'em.  I do, though, like Alfred Hitchcock movies!  (I can remember, as a girl, being scared out of my wits by The Birds.  Just terrified!)

Today, Carole has us thinking about our favorite Alfred Hitchcock films.  Before I get started on my list, enjoy this quickie-version of The Birds . . . in 1 minute, 40 seconds.


My Ten Favorite Alfred Hitchcock Films:

  1. Rear Window
  2. Vertigo
  3. The Birds
  4. Psycho
  5. North by Northwest
  6. Dial M for Murder
  7. To Catch a Thief
  8. Notorious
  9. Spellbound
  10. Rebecca

And how about YOU?  What's your favorite Alfred Hitchcock film?


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I love birds...the movie The Birds, not so much. It's just too scary. Rear Window, Rebecca, To Catch a Thief, they're my faves. Hitchcock and Halloween, with a little apple crisp thrown in...that's my tomorrow!


The Birds scared me too. One of my favorite Hitchcock films is "The Man Who Knew Too Much".


Well, The Birds totally freaked me out. And I was older when I first watched it. But I also remember watching Alfred Hitchcock Presents. I can't recall if it was a weekly show but just him talking and the opening music was enough to have your hair stand on end!


I both love AND hate The Birds!


Would you believe I've never seen a one of them? But I did love the 1/2 hour Alfred Hitchcock program that was on. Happy almost Halloween!


Even though I was told not to watch it, I turned it on anyway... The Birds, while babysitting for my sibs one Saturday night... one of the worst decisions I've ever made!! I feel the same as you in regard to "scary" movies... sure love me some Alfred, though.
Happy Halloween! ;)

Cheryl S.

Rear Window has always been my favorite. We were just talking about "The Birds" last night, and I was saying how beautiful I thought Jessica Tandy was in it.

Diana Troldahl

The Trouble with Harry, no contest for me.
LOVE the dark comedy aspects, and I think it may have been Shirley MacLaine's first movies. Great stuff Maynard!
Rear Window was good too. And Vertigo.

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