Alfred Hitchcock

Before he was redefining just how scary a shower could be, Alfred Hitchcock made a number of features in Britain. Far from lesser works, these films capture the essence of Hitch and hint at the master that was to come. From societal comedies to his more favoured dark thrillers, delve into this remarkable body of work from one of the finest minds in cinema history.

  • Murder!

    Here, in one of Hitchcock’s few whodunits, even the actress accused of murder is unsure whether she’s guilty, having blacked out before being discovered with the weapon and a colleague’s corpse. Just one juror (Herbert Marshall) – a thesp himself – believes her innocent, and investigates. A fasci...