Spellbound: 21 Club Southside Cocktail Recipe

One of Alfred Hitchcock’s first American films, this 1945 classic delves into the unconscious to uncover a crime. All the clues are locked in the memory of a profoundly disturbed amnesiac who may or may not be a murderer. But that doesn’t stop our determined psychoanalyst from risking her life and career to help the man she has come to love.

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Rear Window: Lobster Alfredo Recipe

If you think a thriller has to have macho men sporting washboard abs or action filmed in exotic locales awash with bullets and blood, get ready for a shock. With none of the above, Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window delivers a surgical strike of suspense not equaled since its release in 1954. Logic and a telephoto lens are his only weapons as injured photographer Jimmy Stewart must expose murder most foul. Rent it and weep for today's paltry imitators.

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The Lady Vanishes: Absolutely Ultimate Potato Soup Recipe

Treat yourself to one of Hitchcock’s early classics, complete with international intrigue, slightly wacky cricket fans, and a Miss Marple like lady who suddenly vanishes without a trace from her train compartment as it meanders through the Swiss Alps. With the sole exception of a young Englishwoman, however, no one else will even admit to having seen her in the first place.

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