Yes, Criterion has added 13 of Alfred Hitchcock‘s greatest movies, his British productions. They offer everything from The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog, Hitchcock’s silent masterpiece from 1927, starring Ivor Novello and June Tripp, to his lone comedy Champagne, 1928 ,starring Betty Balfour and Jean Bradin, to his first talkie, Blackmail, 1929, with Anny Ondrin and Sara Algood, and the first version of The Man Who Knew Too Much, 1934, starring Leslie Banks and Edna Best. There are some of Hitchcock’s overlooked gems, like Sabotage, 1936, starring Sylvia Sydney, who finds her husband is a terrorist agent, and Young and Innocent, 1937, the story of an innocent man wanted for a murder he didn’t commit, starring Derrick de Marney and Nova Pilbeam. And, they have of course two of his classics, The 39 Steps, 1935, starring Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll, with a man chased by police, who must stop an international conspiracy , and The Lady Vanishes, 1938, starring Margaret Lockwood and Michael Redgrave, with an old woman vanishing from a train, and no one missing her but one woman with a concussion. So, if you think you’ve seen Hitchcock‘s masterpieces, but have only seen his Hollywood productions, think again. And you can easily watch all 13 movies here on Criterion’s 14 day free trial, so click here.