Alfred Hitchcock

Notorious: Criterion Collection (Blu-ray)

A convicted traitor's daughter becomes a U.S. Government spy and falls in love with a fellow agent. She then accepts a dangerous assignment that requires her to marry her father's Nazi friend in Rio de Janeiro. Suspense, intrigue, and romance are stylishly mixed in one of Alfred Hitchcock's best films.

Rebecca: Criterion Collection (Blu-ray)

The second Mrs. de Winter is a shy and naive young woman, besotted with charming and urbane Maxim de Winter. They meet and fall in love while vacationing on the Riviera, and after a speedy marriage, return to Maxim's vast English estate, Manderly.

The Man Who Knew Too Much: Criterion Collection (Blu-ray)

The first film version of The Man Who Knew too Much proved to be the international "breakthrough" film for British director Alfred Hitchcock, transforming him from merely a talented domestic filmmaker to a worldwide household name. While vacationing in Switzerland, Britons Leslie Banks and Edna Best befriend jovial Frenchman Pierre Fresnay. Not long afterward, Fresnay is murdered. He whispers a secret in Banks' ear before expiring. This is witnessed by several sinister foreign agents, who kidnap Banks' daughter Nova Pilbeam to keep him from revealing what he knows: That a diplomat will be assassinated during a concert at London's Albert Hall. Unable to turn to the police, Banks desperately attempts to rescue his child himself, still hoping to prevent the assassination.