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The original: 

'Any' Alfred Hitchcock film (Years active - 1925-1976) 

Directed by: 

Alfred Hitchcock (Psycho, Vertigo, Rear Window, Frenzy, Rope, To Catch a Thief, Suspicion

One of the grandfathers of cinema, nothing would be the same if not for Alfred Hitchcock. Crafting tightly-wound, intrinsically paced, insanely tense thrillers laced with a pitch-black humour and calculated, pioneering set-pieces, Hitch created atmosphere and spectacle like no other.  


Hitchcock never made a sequel. By definition, his films were about immediate scenario and concept, and thus oft didn’t lend themselves to a continuation of story.  There are, however, some options- 

The Birds (1963)


Rod Taylor, Tipi Hedren and Veronica Cartwright

What's the deal?

What appears to be a will they / wont they romantic comedy turns to thriller, then horror, then apocalypse, in a study of winged terror, as birds menace, attack and decimate a small coastal town.

"Isaiah, chapter five. It's the end of the world."

North By Northwest (1959)


Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason 

What's the deal?

A wrong man in the wrong place. An (M)Ad man is mistaken for a spy and pursued across the country by nefarious agents.  Global espionage and astonishing scale, with humour, tension and charm creating one of the best action / adventure / caper films ever made. 

“War is hell, Mr. Thornhill, even when it's a cold one.”

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The pitch: "Come up with a sequel to any of the infamous auteur Alfred Hitchock's movies..."

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