The Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection: A Stunning Set of Some of the Maestro's Most Beloved Works

The Films: Sir Alfred Hitchcock, "The Master of Suspense." What can be said of the brilliant auteur that hasn't already been said? Hitchcock was one of the greatest directors of all time, delivering a plethora of fantastic films, many of which are considered among the greatest of all time, and which have gone on to inspire many, including Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, and Quentin Tarantino. To celebrate the Maestro's work, Universal has put together a set of some of his most cherished films, presenting them in both 4K UltraHD and regular Blu-ray, so without further delay, let's jump right into this mini Hitchcock marathon. Let's kick things off with "Vertigo" (1958), often considered by

Tenet: Incredibly Ambitious, but Ultimately Disappointing

Writer/director Christopher Nolan has never been one to think on a small scale. Even in his smaller films ("Memento, "The Prestige"), the ideas tend to be bigger and more complex than you would think from the deceptively simple narratives, leading to intimate character pieces that leave you pondering long after. Then, of course, you have what most audiences know him for: his remarkable epics, which have encompassed the adventures of Batman, a mind-bending journey into dreams, a trip into unknown regions of outer space, and the extraordinary rescue of Allied soldiers on the shores of Dunkirk. Now he brings us what is perhaps his most ambitious project yet with "Tenet," a film that not only ha