Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon Recap


hitchHey Guys,

WHEW!!!

 

So Zoe and I finally finished posting all of the reviews for the 53 movies Directed by Alfred Hitchcock (plus one special post).

It has been a harrowing month, but we all managed to get through it with flying colors.

First of all, a HUGE THANKS to all of the 26 bloggers who helped make this blogathon a success.  Without any of you, we wouldn’t have managed.

Below is a complete list of all of Hitchcock’s movies with links to the reviews and to the bloggers who wrote each review.

The consensus seems to be that Hitchcock got better as time moved on since most of his earlier movies were very difficult to get through.

This is proof that young directors should be sometimes given a chance to get better over the years, because you never know, they may become the next Hitchcock. 🙂

I hope that you all managed to find some new blogs to follow and perhaps even ventured to check out a new Hitchcock movie that you never have seen before.

I also want to personally thank Zoe for her perseverance and help in making this a success.  Your enthusiasm helped me get thru some really bad movies 🙂  I couldn’t have asked for a better collaborator for this!

Here’s the final list of all of the reviews.

Thanks again to everyone for making this possible!

-Rob

 

Firstly, here is the link to all of the reviews

 

•  1925 – The Pleasure GardenFilm Grimoire

•  1927 – DownhillThe Sporadic Chronicles of A Beginner Blogger

•  1927 – The LodgerFilmNerdBlog

•  1927 – The RingMovieRob

•  1928 – ChampagneThe Sporadic Chronicles of A Beginner Blogger

•  1928 – Easy VirtueMovieRob

•  1928 – The Farmer’s WifeMovieRob

•  1929 – BlackmailDirk Malcolm Alternative

•  1929 – The ManxmanMovieRob

•  1930 – Juno and the PaycockMovieRob

•  1930 – MurderThe Sporadic Chronicles of A Beginner Blogger

•  1931 – Rich and Strange – East of Shanghai (USA)MovieRob

•  1931 – The Skin GameThe Sporadic Chronicles of A Beginner Blogger

•  1932 – Number SeventeenThe Sporadic Chronicles of A Beginner Blogger

•  1933 – Waltzes From ViennaMovieRob

•  1934 – The Man Who Knew Too MuchRaging Fluff

•  1935 – The 39 StepsRaging Fluff

•  1936 – SabotageJustine’s Movie Blog

•  1936 – Secret AgentMovieRob

•  1937 – Young & InnocentMovieRob

•  1938 – The Lady VanishesMy Kind of Movie

•  1939 – Jamaica InnMovieRob

•  1940 – Foreign CorrespondentMovieRob

•  1940 – RebeccaRaging Fluff

•  1941 – Mr. & Mrs. SmithMovieRob

•  1941 – SuspicionLife of This City Girl

•  1942 – SaboteurThe Sporadic Chronicles of A Beginner Blogger

•  1943 – Shadow of a DoubtPopcorn Nights

•  1944 – Bon Voyage & Madagascar LandingMovieRob

•  1944 – LifeboatVic’s Movie Den

•  1945 – SpellboundBeanmino

•  1946 – NotoriousNo Nonsense with Nuwan Sen

•  1947 – The Paradine CaseNo Nonsense with Nuwan Sen

•  1948 – RopeThe Sporadic Chronicles of A Beginner Blogger

•  1949 – Under CapricornThe Sporadic Chronicles of A Beginner Blogger

•  1950 – Stage Fright MovieRob

•  1951 – Strangers on a TrainCindy Bruchman

•  1953 – I ConfessLife of This City Girl

•  1954 – Dial M For MurderThe Sporadic Chronicles of A Beginner Blogger

•  1954 – Rear WindowMy Mind Reels Through Film

•  1955 – The Trouble with HarryThe Sporadic Chronicles of A Beginner Blogger

•  1955 – To Catch a Thief RobbinsRealm

•  1956 – The Man Who Knew Too MuchDigital Shortbread

•  1956 – The Wrong ManSnap Crackle Watch

•  1958 – VertigoSilver Screen Serenade

•  1959 – North by NorthwestScreenkicker

•  1960 – PsychoAlex Raphael

•  1963 – The BirdsSidekick Reviews

•  1964 – MarnieCinema Parrot Disco

•  1966 – Torn CurtainFlixchatter

•  1969 – TopazMovieRob

•  1972 – FrenzyIPC

•  1976 – Family PlotTranquil Dreams

26 thoughts on “Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon Recap

  1. I said this on Zoe’s recap post, but I’ll say it again: brilliant job to the both of you!! This came together perfectly, and I think it was an awesome idea. Currently playing catch-up and loving going through all this stuff. Well done!! 🙂

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