-- Joel Gunz, Founder, Alfred Hitchcock Geek
"Jeffrey has wisely gone straight to The Master, Alfred Hitchcock, for the many astute principles in this book. A recurring idea is, 'Keep it simple'. For example, Chapter Six, on editing, advises: if you're showing an innocent man walking through a spooky house, avoid fancy angles. Study carefully Bays' explanation. He writes good sense! His 'how to' book will assist any filmmaker, beginner or advanced."
-- Ken Mogg, Author, The Alfred Hitchcock Story
"...an exciting page turner for any filmmaker who wants to channel their inner Hitchcock. Writing in the style of 'The Master' himself, Jeffrey takes the reader through the principles of suspense, storytelling, characterization and much more, with Hitch's dead-pan humor and lugubrious wit, so that exposition never becomes a dull moment. Highly recommended."
-- Tony Lee Moral, Author, Alfred Hitchcock Master Class