I Ranked Alfred Hitchcock Films, And I Dare You To Disagree

    Ranking the films of the master of psychological thrillers.

    When it comes to psychological thrillers, there is one name that stands above all others: Alfred Hitchcock. For decades, the iconic director mastered the art of delving into fear, paranoia, and mystery in a way that no other filmmaker has ever been able to do.

    As a tribute to this one-of-a-kind mind, I decided to rank all of Hitchcock's Hollywood feature films. From the action-packed espionage adventures in North by Northwest and The Man Who Knew Too Much to the chill-inducing horror of The Birds and Vertigo, Hitchcock has no shortage of classic mind-bending films that remain beloved decades after his death.

    30. Under Capricorn (1949)

    Ingrid Bergman and Joseph Cotten talking at the bottom of the stairs.

    29. The Paradine Case (1947)

    Ann Todd pouring tea while Gregory Peck stares at her.

    28. Topaz (1969)

    Frederick Stafford and Karin Dor standing next to each other.

    27. Saboteur (1942)

    Robert Cummings and Priscilla Lane staring at something.

    26. Family Plot (1976)

    Barbara Harris and Bruce Dern staring at something.

    25. The Trouble with Harry (1955)

    John Forsythe pointing at an illustration Royal Dano is holding.

    24. The Wrong Man (1956)

    Henry Fonda reading a newspaper.

    23. I Confess (1953)

    Roger Dann standing in the background while Anne Baxter is on the phone.

    22. Torn Curtain (1966)

    Julie Andrews talking to Paul Newman on a bus.

    21. Frenzy (1972)

    Barbara Leigh-Hunt staring at Jon Finch.

    20. Stage Fright (1950)

    Jane Wyman looking frightened.

    19. Marnie (1964)

    Sean Connery and Tippi Hedren sitting at a table.

    18. Spellbound (1945)

    Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck talking.

    17. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)

    Robert Montgomery and Carole Lombard arguing.

    16. Foreign Correspondent (1940)

    Laraine Day and Joel McCrea looking out a door.

    15. Rope (1948)

    Jimmy Stewart talking to John Dall.

    14. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)

    Doris Day and Jimmy Stewart holding hands.

    13. Suspicion (1941)

    Joan Fontaine talking to Cary Grant.

    12. Lifeboat (1944)

    Mary Anderson and Hume Cronyn sitting in a lifeboat.

    11. Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

    Teresa Wright looking concerned.

    10. To Catch a Thief (1955)

    Grace Kelly and Cary Grant holding each other.

    9. Dial M for Murder (1954)

    Grace Kelly talking to John Williams.

    8. Rebecca (1940)

    Joan Fontaine talking to Laurence Olivier.

    7. North by Northwest (1959)

    Cary Grant having a drink with Eva Marie Saint.

    6. The Birds (1963)

    Jessica Tandy being attacked by birds.

    5. Strangers on a Train (1951)

    Farley Granger and Robert Walker sitting in a train.

    4. Rear Window (1954)

    Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly looking out the window.

    3. Notorious (1946)

    Cary Grant talking to Ingrid Bergman.

    2. Vertigo (1958)

    James Stewart sitting at a bar.

    1. Psycho (1960)

    Anthony Perkins looking without emotion.

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