Gooooood evening. Alfred Hitchcock is long believed to be the Master of Suspense in film circles. His ability to craft engaging tales of espionage, murder, and debauchery – all while entrenched in the plight of the Everyman – have stood the test of time. Each month, Cory and Aaron look at a randomly drawn film of Hitch’s and examine what makes it so inherently Hitchcockian.

What’s Our First Picture?:

Up first we’ve randomly drawn “Foreign Correspondent”, released in 1940.

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