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Old 12-23-2014, 06:37 AM
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Alfred Hitchcock The Father of mystery

Alfred Hitchcock's films in my opinion are very good suspenseful mysteries.
I have so many of his films so I will just name six in particular: Jamaica Inn,
Lady Vanishes, Young and Innocent, 39 steps, The Birds, and Pyscho.
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Do you think Psycho is the most frightening?
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Old 12-23-2014, 10:25 AM
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noone did suspense quite like him, north by northwest is my favourite.
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Old 12-23-2014, 10:38 AM
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Psycho is a pretty interesting one.... at first, you think Marion is the leading lady before she's famously killed off. As far as I know, that wasn't common at all at the time.
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Saw only Psycho and the Birds, and both just this year for the first time...and I have to admit, Psycho really got me...I mean everybody, if seen or not, knows the shower scene. And until I saw the movie, I really thought this to be the end scene, a guy stalking a woman and killing her in the end, so I was really surprised of the film and about how the movie was structured. Magnificent.
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love love love hitchcock. Grew up watching Alfred Hitchcock presents....I have The Birds barbie :) Psycho was great, they used chocolate syrup for the blood in the shower scene....nobody knew the difference seeing how it was in black and white. Would've loved to have sat down with him over coffee....
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love love love hitchcock. Grew up watching Alfred Hitchcock presents....I have The Birds barbie :) Psycho was great, they used chocolate syrup for the blood in the shower scene....nobody knew the difference seeing how it was in black and white. Would've loved to have sat down with him over coffee....
Even for color films, I think they should use chocolate syrup.

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its across her shoulders, i looked closely...(NOT CREEPY) lol
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Do you think Psycho is the most frightening?
I find it to be the most suspenseful.
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I find it to be the most suspenseful.
Then speak more, warlock: which picture are you convinced is his scariest?
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