Steven Soderbergh, emerging from nominal retirement, has created a mashup of the shower scenes from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) and Gus Van Sant’s 1998 shot-for-shot remake: Jonathan Crow explains the experiment: For much of the piece, Soderbergh alternates between a scene from the original and one from the remake – Anne Heche, who plays Marion Crane in […]
Amazon Studios is building up its next pilot slate. I’ve learned that the latest project to get a pilot green light by the studio arm of the streaming service is single-camera comedy Red Oaks, which has Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Soderbergh attached to executive produce and David Gordon Green (Eastbound & Down) to direct and executive produce. Show More Summary
Until his recent quasi-retirement, Steven Soderbergh was the most prolific major American director, outpacing even Woody Allen and Spike Lee. He made 26 features in 24 years, virtually all of them worthwhile; even Full Frontal and The Good German have their defenders. Show More Summary
In a new set of three The Knick teasers, we see more flashes of Steven Soderbergh‘s upcoming Cinemax show. All are pretty short, just like the first, but they feature that same Colin Stetson baritone sax honk, and super-ominous shots...Show More Summary
Here's a set of new teasers for The Knick starring Clive Owen on Cinemax. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. The post The Knick – Official Teasers – Starring Clive Owen appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
Some commercial directors are not filmmakers. They may be able to craft a few pretty images, but it’s a different medium. Even Steven Soderbergh once expressed befuddlement at the idea of handing over heaps of money to commercial guns-for-hire to make their first features, and last year alone we saw a few directors disappoint us in that regard. Show More Summary
It's a feature-length mashup of Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 original and Gus Van Sant's shot-for-shot 1998 remake, available to watch in full on Steven Soderbergh's website. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh (Ocean's Eleven) tapped into his years of editing experience for a strange and creepy experiment that surfaced this week on his website Extension 765: a feature-length fusion of Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 classic Psycho and Gus Van Sant's controversial shot-by-shot color remake from 1998. Show More Summary
Steven Soderbergh Made a 'Psycho' Mash-Up
Well, here's something you never knew that you wanted to see! Director Steven Soderbergh apparently has a lot of time on his hands (somehow) and decided to create a feature-length supercut that mashes up Alfred Hitchcock's PSYCHO with Gus Van Sant's 1998 remake. Show More Summary
I have a confession to make. I've never seen Psycho. I've seen Rear Window. I've seen The Birds. I've even seen most of Bates Motel. But I have never ever in my whole life watched Hitchcock's masterpiece. Read more...
People said that the shot-for-shot "Psycho" remake was pointless. What will they think about this editing project that blends the two versions together? Steven Soderbergh may have "retired" from feature filmmaking with last year's Behind The Candelabra, but he's done the opposite of retiring from creative life. Show More Summary
Director Steven Soderbergh, in a project he likens to "honey bought directly from a beekeeper," combined the two Pyscho films into one.
Like so many retirees, director Steven Soderbergh is spending his twilight years exploring new hobbies. Some people take up golf.
Steven Soderbergh is “retired” from filmmaking, but he’s still a very active editor. The man whose Sex, Lies, and Videotape put himself and Sundance on the map and later went onto direct such critical and box offices hits as Traffic,...Show More Summary
Steven Soderbergh’s site Extension 765 hosts a handful of items for sale, from photos to shirts and other ephemera. Occasionally Soderbergh will also deliver some other unusual items, and today’s post is a video called Psychos, which cuts together footage from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho and Gus Van Sant’s much-maligned remake. The result is a feature-length […]
Here’s a small clue as to what famous directors do in their spare time: mash up movies by other famous directors,… Read More
Gus Van Sant’s 1998 shot-for-shot remake of Psycho always seemed wildly unnecessary—upon its release, Roger Ebert, noting an added scene, called it “masturbatory.” But Van Sant’s widely-panned film—which has received some revisionist...Show More Summary
Over on his website, Extension 765, director Steven Soderbergh intermittently posts things like lists of all the books and TV and movies he saw in any given year, or appreciations of underrated James Bond movies like On Her Majesty's Secret Service. (He's right. It's great. Also, great theme music.) Today,... More »
Soderbergh edited the 1960 and 1998 PSYCHO movies into one, and all in black and white. Read the full article on AICN Steven Soderbergh has edited the 1960 and 1998 Psycho movies into one, and all in black and white (as I noted on my...Show More Summary