Who is watching all of Hitchcock on TCM? in The Master of Suspense: 50 Years of Hitchcock Posted July 29, 2017 I am watching most of them. I believe I caught ALL of the early and early-middle Hitchcock, except for Jamaica Inn (accidentally deleted it from my DVR, oops!). As for late-middle and late Hitchcock, I skipped The Birds, and even though almost everyone on the planet Earth likes Vertigo, it is not one of my favorites in terms of actual plot, despite its wonderful score and colorful cinematography, and I may skip it as well, though right now I have it on my DVR. I might skip Frenzy, too, because it sounds less like a thriller and more like a slasher. But I made a point of catching the rest of them. Come to think of it, Marnie I may also skip because I don't care for how the movie treats rape. (Yes, Sean Connery's character raped Marnie. Marital rape was not a widely accepted legal concept in the 1960s, but it is still what happened.) So what did I like best? Rebecca, The Lodger, Shadow of a Doubt, both versions of The Man Who Knew Too Much, The Trouble with Harry, and Rear Window. North by Northwest, too. (RIP, Martin Landau.) I also thought Ben and Alexandre Philippe were too hard on Number 13, which frankly I enjoyed despite its lower production values. Unfortunately, my DVR malfunctioned during the beginning of Psycho, and I missed the first half of the movie. I know I can see the film again sometime, but I really hate that I missed Ben's interview with the director of 78/52, and their discussion of the infamous shower scene. They have been talking about it all week long, and this is that director's project, so I was looking forward to hearing what he had to say.