Which is the pot-bellied master of suspense's greatest movie? I love them all, but here are some of my favourites. Psycho? Anthony Perkin's greatest role. Bernard Herrman's score brings out the best of this film. Hitchcock creates the slasher genre. Vertigo? Maybe James Stewart's greatest role. Bernard Herrman gets inspiration from Wagner's Tristan and Isolde for maybe his greatest score. Anyone who says Hitchcock isn't emotionally invoving might reconsider after watching this. Spellbound? Ingrid Bergman is heavenly. Always find this film very moving, along with Vertigo. Rear Window? Classic hitchcock suspense. James Stewart is great as usual. The Birds? Tippi Hedren is wondereful here. North by Northwest? For some classic Hitchcock set pieces, such as the airplane attack and fight on Mount Rushmore. The 39 Steps? Black and white classic suspense. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956 version)? James Stewart and Doris Day a perfect match. Torn Curtain? Doesn't quite work, and I always end up feeling liek the East Germans have been cheated, but still find this movie strangly enjoyable. Topaz? This one, like Torn Curtain to a lesse extent, tends to get slated. Its almost like three fims patched together, but always find it strangley enjoyable again. Frenzy? His penultimate movie was the most violent, and the most disturbing, but a great performance from Jon Finch.