Alfred Hitchcock’s 50 Ways to Kill a Character (and Our Favorite Hitch Resources on the Web)

hitchock obsessionsAlfred Hitchcock would have celebrated his 114th birthday today. And, to mark the occasion, The Guardian has created a big infographic that delves into the themes and motifs that Hitchcock obsessed over in his many films.  Above, we have a segment showing the way Hitchcock characters die, and the number of people who die according to particular methods. The best part is that you can download the infographic for free online.

Now time for us to dish up our favorite Hitchcock material found on the web. The best of the best:

Watch 20 Free Hitchcock Movies Online

Alfred Hitchcock’s Seven-Minute Editing Master Class

François Truffaut’s Big 12 Hour Interview with Alfred Hitchcock

37 Hitchcock Cameos over 50 Years: All in One Video

36 Hitchcock Murder Scenes Climaxing in Unison

Salvador Dalí Creates a Dream Sequence for Spellbound, Hitchcock’s Psychoanalytic Thriller

Alfred Hitchcock’s Rules for Watching Psycho (1960)



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  • Nicholas Kronos

    Although the title want to play on the song “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover,” I count only 20 ways to kill a character.

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