Snoogans - wrote on 11/29/11
'Strangers on a Train' provides one hundred minutes of pure sustained suspense. It flows like a breeze from one tense and unpredictable moment to the next. The diabolical 'Bruno' character exudes the perfect sinister edge that is felt in every scene, whether he be present or not. The sweet payoff to the endless dread is in the final 'gasp' worthy confrontation. Absolutely, one of Hitchcock's best films!