The Best Alfred Hitchcock Movies 

There is no director more iconic or integral to the development of film than Alfred Hitchcock. Making his debut in the late silent era, Hitchcock slowly rose to prominence in the early days of sound, spearheading some of the most famous movies of the '40s, '50s, and '60s.

Nowadays, Hitchcock is often referred to as the ‘Master of Suspense' — a name he clearly earned through his numerous thrillers, horror films, and psychological dramas.

To Catch a Thief

To Catch a Thief marked the third and final collaboration between Hitchcock and Grace Kelly — one of the best leading ladies the director had ever worked with.

Dial M for Murder

Dial M for Murder is one of the several films Hitchcock adapted from a pre-existing stage play, the drama of the original narrative translating superbly onto film.


Lina (Joan Fontaine) is a shy young woman who marries the carefree bachelor Johnnie Aysgarth (Cary Grant). Settling into their new home, Lina discovers Johnnie's true nature and begins to suspect he's planning to kill her.

The Lady Vanishes

With this movie, Hitchcock seemed to embrace his directorial voice, introducing many themes that would become prevalent throughout his later work.


Bold and experimental for its day, it's since become one of Hitchcock's most celebrated films, the longer takes also allowing each of the performers to shine in their own way.

The 39 Steps

Hitchcock's first memorable sound picture, The 39 Steps is one of Hitch's earliest and most engrossing spy films (a genre he would perfect with Notorious and North by Northwest).

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