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Good eeevening and welcome to a podcast review of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, hosted by sisters Annie and Kathryn. Every week, the sisters review a new episode of the classic anthology series first brought to television sets by the Master of Suspense himself. Mystery? Check. Trivia? You got it. Humor? Attempted. It's Good Evening.
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AHMM introduces The Hitchcock Podcast Series. Each month we post a new reading of a favorite story from our archives, selected and introduced by the magazine's editor, Linda Landrigan. For over 60 years, AHMM has published the best in short crime fiction. This podcast series features stories by AHMM contributors, occasionally supplemented by interviews with the authors. Visit TheMysteryPlace.com for more stories, book reviews, subscription information, and more.
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We continue our look at the 10th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners, by comparing Hitchcock’s Rope to the Oscar's Best Picture of the same year, Hamlet. Sort of. We also discuss Shakespeare's IMDB page, the scientific method, and the big twists of both Desperate Housewives and Psycho, before revealing the 9th best Hitchcock movie via t…
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The 10th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners is Rope from 1948. On our rewatch of Rope, we are forced into taking on murderous characteristics, threaten iambic pentameter and risk being sued by Mark Zuckerberg. If you want more Hitchcock content, please consider becoming a HitchPod supporter. Just go to patreon.com/HitchPod and for as l…
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The 10th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners is Rope from 1948. Here's our original coverage of Rope from December, 2020. Stay tuned for our updated thoughts after our rewatch. If you want more Hitchcock content, please consider becoming a HitchPod supporter. Just go to patreon.com/HitchPod and for as little as $2/month get access to ou…
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We continue our look at the 11th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners, by comparing Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps to the Oscar's Best Picture of the same year, Mutiny on the Bounty. We also discuss school houses, rum rebellions and the delicious, McGuffinesque flavour of breadfruit, before revealing the 10th best Hitchcock movie via the still…
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It's March 12th, National Alfred Hitchcock Day! To quote the Hitchcock Festival website: "It is not the birthday or the death of Hitchcock, and it is unclear why it is celebrated on this date." But what a perfect time to present the first episode of the only multi-part story in the series. Who killed Count Mattoni? You won't find out in THIS episod…
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Uh-oh! What's all this, then? We just went to edit the Mutiny on the Bounty vs The 39 Steps episode and discovered that most of Cat's audio was missing. We won't get a chance to rerecord that episode until next week, so, to hold you over until then, we've decided to release one of our paywalled What Would Hitchcock Do? episodes. It's The Prestige (…
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The 11th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners is The 39 Steps from 1935. On our rewatch of The 39 Steps, we bemoan phonetically spelled dialogue, puzzle over MacGuffin details and delight in belated chemistry. If you want more Hitchcock content, please consider becoming a HitchPod supporter. Just go to patreon.com/HitchPod and for as lit…
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We continue our look at the 12th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners, by comparing Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes to a zero-Oscar nomination film of the same year, Bringing Up Baby. (We already covered the Oscar winner that year in our rewatch of Young And Innocent.) We also discuss absurdly named millionaires, the ridiculous ease of 193…
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The latest episode in our podcast series features a mystery featuring Sherlock Holmes's friend and confidant Dr. John H. Watson. This time around, Dr. Watson travels to coal-mining country in northern Wales to investigate corrupt railroad barons. Please enjoy "The Green Man" by James G. Tipton, from our Sept/Oct 2022 issue.…
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The 12th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners is The Lady Vanishes from 1938. On our rewatch of The Lady Vanishes, we recommend extending comic misunderstandings, talk about pot plant plot points and reveal the most plausible scene of the entire film. If you want more Hitchcock content, please consider becoming a HitchPod supporter. Just…
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In this installment, Steve Morgan becomes a number...number 22...when he is arrested and enters a police line-up. Steve thinks it's a game but it is more serious than Steve thinks. Then, Al counts down from Number Twenty-Two to Number Seventeen.
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We continue our look at the 13th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners, by comparing Hitchcock’s Best Picture winner Rebecca to a zero-Oscar nomination film of the same year, His Girl Friday. We also discuss alternative alliterative titles, the possibly bidirectional influence of Lois Lane and being set up by Cary Grant, before revealing …
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The 13th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners is Rebecca from 1940. On our rewatch of Rebecca, we consider the possibilities of Mrs Danvers-raised clones, reveal the sensational character find of 1940, and answer the question of what Cat has in her desk. If you want more Hitchcock content, please consider becoming a HitchPod supporter. J…
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In this installment, the Judge invites young Wallace, who is running off with the Judge's wife, to share a bottle of wine, which he just may have poisoned. In stories pitting young and old rivals, one or the other invariably comes to a tragic end. But which one in this story?
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In this, the final episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, Chris Haigh, Tom Caldwell, and Brandon-Shea Mutala put a cherry on the top of their podcast run with a discussion breakdown of our top ten and bottom five Hitchcock films. We also discuss a few other fun topics before we wrap it all up. Good night. Hosts: Brandon-Shea Mutala, …
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We continue our look at the 14th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners, by comparing Hitchcock’s To Catch A Thief to the Best Picture winner for 1955, Marty. We also discuss which characters might be ghosts, the looming perils of supermarkets and the one simple editing trick that would have vastly improved this film, before revealing the …
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Find out what happens when a photographer gets wrapped up in a murder case involving a very famous guitar and a sports memorabilia collector. Here is "The Beano" by Floyd Sullivan, from our September/October 2021 issue.Από τον Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
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The 14th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners is To Catch A Thief from 1955. On our rewatch of To Catch A Thief, we interrogate the purpose of Chin Up Guy, speculate on the true source of the nickname 'The Cat' and ponder the fallacious reasoning of a false dichotomy. If you want more Hitchcock content, please consider becoming a HitchPo…
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In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, Chris Haigh, Tom Caldwell, and Brandon-Shea Mutala discuss the 1976 thriller “Family Plot.” Hosts: Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh Find us: Twitter: @goodeveningpod @higher_boy @TomCaldwell3000 Facebook: Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast Email: goodeveningpodca…
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We continue our look at the 15th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners, by comparing Hitchcock’s Lifeboat to the Best Picture winner for 1944, Gaslight. We also discuss titles that transcend their movie, the perfect MacGuffin and our collective desire to just keep watching Joseph Cotten, before revealing the 14th best Hitchcock movie via …
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In this installment, Richard Ross murders his brother's political rival, then can't believe that his district attorney brother doesn't appreciate it. There's nothing else to do but threaten the life of his brother's wife to make him cooperate.
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In this episode of the AHMM podcast, Joslyn Chase takes listeners back to Victorian England to tell the thrilling tale of a woman trying to survive Jack the Ripper's 1888 killing spree. "The Wolf and Lamb" originally appeared in our May/June 2020 issue.
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The 15th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners is Lifeboat from 1944. On our rewatch of Lifeboat, we recycle jokes, learn how to fish with jewellery and rerank who should be in charge of the boat. If you want more Hitchcock content, please consider becoming a HitchPod supporter. Just go to patreon.com/HitchPod and for as little as $2/mont…
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In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, Chris Haigh, Tom Caldwell, and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Michael Alan Bailey of the Twice Nightly podcast to discuss the 1972 thriller “Frenzy.” Hosts: Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh Guest: Michael Alan Bailey @twicenightlypod Find us: Twitter: @goodeveningpod…
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We continue our look at the 16th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners, by comparing Hitchcock’s The Wrong Man to the Best Picture winner for 1956, Around The World In Eighty Days. We also discuss the romantic allure of whist, hordes of celebrity cameos and a mysterious ongoing lack of tension, before revealing the 15th best Hitchcock mov…
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In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, Chris Haigh, Tom Caldwell, and Brandon-Shea Mutala discuss the 1969 spy thriller “Topaz.” Hosts: Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh Find us: Twitter: @goodeveningpod @higher_boy @TomCaldwell3000 Facebook: Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast Email: goodeveningpodcast…
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"Five Bullet Friday" centers around the murder of Lucy Bell, an overachieving travel agency manager whose co-workers all have secrets that could drive them to kill. But did any of them do it, or did Lucy have some secrets of her own? Find out by listening to Mary Angela Honerman's reading of her exciting story from our July/August 2022 issue.…
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The 16th best Hitchcock movie according to our listeners is The Wrong Man from 1956. On our rewatch of The Wrong Man, we discuss hairbrush resistance tactics, being irritated by confirmation bias and Elvis Presley. If you want more Hitchcock content, please consider becoming a HitchPod supporter. Just go to patreon.com/HitchPod and for as little as…
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Edith Maxwell, who also writes under the name Maddie Day, is the Agatha-winning author of the Quaker Midwife Mysteries. Here, she reads her story "Peril in Pasadena" (AHMM Sept/Oct 2022), which features 1920s private eyes Dorothy Henderson and Ruth Skinner in a case involving a woman astronomer. https://edithmaxwell.com…
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