Check out my review for one of Hitchcock’s lesser known films from 1936, Sabotage. While you’re at it, read up on some of the reviews that have already been written (and there’s plenty more to come). Hitchcock has made a large quantity of films in his career, and a lot of them are what I would consider to be “must-sees” for movie lovers everywhere. So what better time to become acquainted with them than the month of his birth?
For our next Alfred Hitchcock review (our 18th so far), here’s a review of Sabotage by Justine from Justine’s Movie Blog. If you don’t already follow her site, I urge you to do so, she reviews such an eclectic gamut of films so there is always something interesting to read.
Thanks Justine for being a part of this!
Before director Alfred Hitchcock took his movie making talents to the United States, he was making classic films in his home country in the UK. One of these films was called Sabotage. Sabotage isn’t one of Hitchcock’s most well known movies, but it is, in my opinion, one of his most well made, and what I would consider an unpolished gem. Based on Joseph Conrad’s novel, The Secret Agent, Sabotage is purely a thriller, exposing Hitchcock’s special talents when it comes to presenting suspense in film through the use…
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