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Jamaica Inn 1939


Mostly known as the last British film Hitchcock made before leaving to Hollywood, Jamaica Inn is an adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's 1936 novel of the same name. Although considered to be one of Hitchcock's worst films, it is still certainly worth watching. Hitchcock captures quite vividly the dark atmosphere of the novel, and Charles Laughton acting as Squire Pengallon, the vicious head of a gang of smugglers is superb.

Sabotage 1936


Loosely Based on Joseph Conrad's 1907 novel " The Secret Agent", Sabotage is one of Hitchcock's most overlooked films. however, it is a tense thriller, one of his best British films and a true cinematic masterpiece. Sylvia Sidney is the young wife of a London movie-theatre owner who maintains a secret life as a paid terrorist. Slowly she realizes that her husband is a monster.

Secret Agent 1936


After three British agents are assigned to assassinate a mysterious German spy during World War I, two of them become ambivalent when their duty to the mission conflicts with their consciences.

The Lady Vanishes 1938


Travelers on a trans-European train are delayed for a night due to bad weather in a small fictional country called Mandrika. The passengers cram into the small village hotel where socialite Iris Henderson meets an old governess called Miss Froy. Shortly after the journey restarts, Miss Froy disappears.

The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog 1927


A serial killer known as "The Avenger" is on the loose in London, murdering blonde women. A mysterious man arrives at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Bunting looking for a room to rent. The Bunting's daughter is a blonde model and is seeing one of the detectives assigned to the case. The detective becomes jealous of the lodger and begins to suspect he may be the avenger.