Poll Suggestion: Face-Off: 'Rear Window' vs. 'Vertigo' — Which One Is More Suspenseful?

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These two movies are some of the most famous movies of the master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock meaning they are among of the most famous thriller movies on general, which one of these two do you think is more suspenseful?

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Both i think are very good suspense thrillers, Alfred Hitchcock done some nice thrillers but the best one i like in which he should of made it into colour not B/W and that is The Sign of Satan, i think it would look lovely and also at the beginning when Christopher lee gets given the black wine i love to know in englisch what did he say.
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Hi asd22446688 (AKA johnlalos96),

Thank you for your poll suggest. Thank you also for including a properly working discussion link.

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Both 'Rear Window' and 'Vertigo' are great films. One of my favorite films is 'Rear Window'. I consider 'Rear Window' a better film, but I consider 'Vertigo' more suspenseful. 
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Also I don't mind the spoilers as I have watched both of them :D
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By the way I just saw Rebecca (1940) and I loved it :D it was the third time I saw it cause I didn't remember it. Yeah I had seen it 2 times and I forgot ot haha, the first time was about a decade ago and the second time a few years ago maybe 4 years. Well was remember that I liked it (the 2nd time) but still I forgot it, but now the thrird time I saw itwas the best of all, it was amazing, I am sure you probalby have watched it but if you don't then go ahead, you will love it!!! You probably have allready guessed by now that my favorite director is Hitchock hahaha  cheers!!
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By the way I just saw Rebecca (1940) and I loved it :D it was the third time that I saw it cause I didn't remember it. Yeah I had seen it 2 times  before and I forgot it haha, the first time it was about a decade ago and the second time a few years ago maybe 4 years. Well anyway I was remember that I liked it (the 2nd time) but still I forgot it, but now the third time I saw it was the best of all, it was amazing, I am sure you probalby have watched it but if you don't then go ahead, you will love it!!! You probably have allready guessed by now that my favorite director is Hitchock hahaha  cheers!!
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asd2244,

There is no practical way to add spoiler warnings on Get Satisfaction.

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Oh I see, it's okay, thanks!
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Rear Window.  The scene where Grace Kelly goes in Raymond Burr's apartment is so scary!
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Narnia,

I've seen 'Rear Window' a over ten times and the scene where Grace Kelly ventures into Raymond Burr's apartment still gives me chills every time I see it.
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Between these two film Rear Window was the most suspenseful for Me.