Criterion Collection’s new restoration of Hitchcock’s dazzling dark-romance noir is a must-see release
The 39 Steps, a milestone in Alfred Hitchcock’s early career, is given a superb restoration job by The Criterion Collection. This film has all of the elements that made Hitch a legend in the mystery-thriller genre.
Hitchcock’s classic “WarnerVision” thriller Dial M for Murder will be making its way to Blu-ray 3D this October alongside a Blu-ray edition of his classic Strangers on a Train.
Eureka’s Masters of Cinema series brings its first in a series of Hitchcock classics to Blu-ray with the riveting wartime propaganda of Lifeboat in which the master uses all his skills to keep the audience interested in a group of survivors set adrift in a single boat.
Paramount Home Entertainment scores a triumph with this beautifully remastered Hitchcock comedy-mystery, To Catch a Thief. Cary Grant and Grace Kelly supply the fireworks and the rest is history
Hitchcock’s Rebecca, about a haunting from beyond the grave, arrives on Blu-ray courtesy of MGM.
Hitchcock’s brilliant dark romance/spy thriller with the cast that is a Hollywood casting director’s wet dream arrives on Blu-ray from MGM stuffed with plenty of extras.
Hitchcock’s psychological thriller Spellbound hits Blu-ray with a strong transfer from MGM and a good set of extras.
Paramount Home Entertainment has announced the March 6, 2012 Blu-ray debut of Hitchcock’s classic thriller To Catch a Thief