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Best Hitchcock podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Hitchcock podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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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.
 
A podcast about Alfred Hitchcock movies. Cat Jones and Dan Liebke watch and talk about one movie of Alfred Hitchcock each month, in a way that's easily accessible for experienced Hitchcock watchers and newcomers alike. This is the free feed that contains only the most recent episodes. For the full feed, go to our website at www.hitchpodonline.com
 
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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Good Evening Episode 46: The Birds Commentary In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, your hosts Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh are joined by special guest Pat McFadden to provide a live watch along commentary for The Birds! Caw! Hosts: Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh Guest: Pat McFadden …
 
Charles Cavender can’t sleep. It’s not an unbearable heat of 92 degrees, and it’s not a noisy neighbor. It’s the fear that Jack Fletcher, the brother of his dead wife, is set on revenge. Determined to put an end to his insomnia, Charles tracks down Fletcher before he can be tracked down himself. But in the end, will that elusive good night’s sleep …
 
In the 33rd regular episode of HitchPod, we go back 85 years to Sabotage, based on Joseph Conrad's novel The Secret Agent. Despite this, Sabotage has nothing to do with Hitchcock's movie Secret Agent (which we covered in episode 26). Nor should it be confused with Saboteur (covered in episode 13). Because it's much better than either of them. Hones…
 
Everyone knows the story of Lizzie Borden, immortalized in the famous children’s rhyme. Or . . . DO they? In this week’s episode, we revisit the famous Lizzie Borden case—this time with a twist that involves a nosy reporter, a not-so-secret compartment, and, naturally, an older sister named Emma. Burn-o-Meter: N/A Overall Rating: 8 axes…
 
When Mr. and Mrs. Kendall move into their dream home in Salem, Massachusetts, their one concern is that their daughter Kate won’t have a playmate for the summer. But when Kate makes friends with “Lettie,” her parents become increasingly concerned that the little friend who rides in a gig and wears buzzard bone necklaces might only be imaginary. . .…
 
Good Evening Episode 45: A Very, Very, Very Dry Red: Notorious In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, your hosts Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh review the 1946 film Notorious. Hosts: Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh Find us: Twitter: @goodeveningpod @brandonmutala @higher_boy @TomCaldwell…
 
Episode 32 is Topaz, in which Dan and Cat discuss Cuban missiles and crises thereof, hypothesise about the radioactivity of sexual tension and reminisce about the truncation of The Sound of Music and Raiders of the Lost Ark. In the bonus segment for our supporters, we Hitchcockify The Bourne Identity. Find out how to access that segment by going to…
 
When college student Perry (not Mason) gets into hot water with Professor Jarvis, he decides to pay a visit to the prof’s house to make amends. But a chance discovery of a discarded hatbox in Jarvis’ trash can leads to quickly escalated speculation. Is Professor Jarvis a murderer? And will the enlisted Lieutenant Roman get to the bottom of a case i…
 
When Miss Fox is attacked in a dark alley, she is convinced that her dog Vanessa has as good as identified her assailant. But could Miss Fox’s personal bias be getting in the way? And how will true justice be served? Annie & Kathryn discuss an episode featuring rhinestone collars, leopard muffs, and the incomparable Bette Davis. Burn-o-Meter: 7.5 O…
 
Good Evening Episode 44: Spellbound: Hello, Dali In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, your hosts Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh are joined by special guest Jarrah Hodge to review the 1945 film Spellbound. Hosts: Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh Guest: Jarrah Hodge @jarrahpenguin Find us…
 
It's the 31st episode of HitchPod and we're taking a look at Marnie, a movie we've foolishly hired without checking its references. Will we pay for this colossal error in judgement? Almost certainly yes. Also, why can't Dan say the word 'zoological'? In the bonus segment for our supporters, we Hitchcockify Basic Instinct. Find out how to access tha…
 
In this Hitchcock-directed episode, William Botibol is in over his head—first in a gambling pool and then in a more literal body of water. Annie & Kathryn discuss yet another man-overboard installment of AHP. It’s a story filled with high stakes, abandoned drinks, and a deadly ironic twist. Burn-o-Meter: 7 Overall Rating: 8.25 estimated miles of th…
 
Annie & Kathryn finish their brief Oscar Homolka series with a letdown of an episode. On his ocean liner voyage to South Africa, Sir Richard Musgrave encounters a familiar face aboard. An increasingly anxious and paranoid Richard becomes convinced that the familiar man named Keyser is, in fact, Jan Vander Klaue—an old partner he thought he killed t…
 
Good Evening Episode 43: The War Shorts: Jennifer Jones Could Turn Me Straight In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, your hosts Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh are joined by special guest Pat McFadden to review five short propaganda films from the war years. We cover Aventure Malgache, Bon Voyage, The Figh…
 
A special bonus episode of our podcast! Our favourite highlights from the first five episodes (Rear Window, Strangers on a Train, Easy Virtue, The Trouble With Harry and The Skin Game). The full episodes from which these highlights were taken are available to our HitchPod Supporters. Find out more at https://www.hitchpodonline.com/support-hitchpod/…
 
When Carl Kaminsky discovers a wallet containing a whopping $5200, his wife Anna dreams of the generous reward they might receive for turning it in. Carl has ideas of his own, however. When Anna discovers Carl’s secret, what follows is a tale of spousal blackmail, fur coats, expensive manicure sets, and really good cups of coffee. Join Annie, Kathr…
 
It's the 30th episode of HitchPod and we're in a frenzy, as we cover Hitchcock's penultimate film, Frenzy, from 1972. We discuss the joys of French cuisine, whether babies should be allowed to fly planes and the perils of imprisoning yourself in a potato truck. In the bonus segment for our supporters, we Hitchcockify Jaws. Find out how to access th…
 
In keeping with the topsy-turvy times, Annie & Kathryn wander off their usual course and cover a listener-suggested episode of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour. A nurse-strangling serial killer is on the loose, but Stella and Nurse Ames are convinced they will remain safe if they keep all the doors and windows locked. But ARE all the windows locked? And w…
 
Good Evening Episode 42: Murder on the Lifeboat Express: Lifeboat In this episode of Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcast, your hosts Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh are joined by special guest Cameron Jones to review the 1944 film Lifeboat. Hosts: Brandon-Shea Mutala, Tom Caldwell, and Chris Haigh Guest: Cameron Jones @Para…
 
A clingy son, an enigmatic woman, and a dead Jonathan are the ingredients for this listener-suggested episode. When Gil’s beloved father Jonathan dies, he suspects his wicked stepmother of foul play. But could a fun trip to Mexico and an expensive bottle of brandy be more sinister upon second glance? Burn-o-Meter: N/A Overall Rating: 6.75 giant bot…
 
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