Scientists (and Alfred Hitchcock) already knew that crows were clever, able to differentiate between and remember human faces, as well as using tools and having their own sophisticated form of communication (French, n’est-ce pas?). Now...Show More Summary
Christmas morning as seen through the eyes of Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, Alfred Hitchcock, M. Night Shyamalan, Michael Bay, and more! [Fourgrounds Film | Via IO9] The post Christmas as Envisioned by Popular Movie Directors [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Fourgrounds Film has imagined Christmas Day through the lens of a bunch of directors, including Alfred Hitchcock, Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, Alfred Hitchcock, and Michael Bay. But, for our money, their M. Night Shyamalan twist is the best of the bunch. (Twin Peaks Christmas ran a close second.) Read more...
It starts out as a throwdown between Steven Spielberg and Alfred Hitchcock, but quickly descends into all-out war between some of the biggest directors in Hollywood. Is it just us is Stanley Kubrick the Real Slim Shady?
The Epic Rap Battles of History video series has been going for a couple years. The crew behind the show, which is in its fourth “season,” consistently manages to create simple beats and entertainingly brutal verbal disses by ringleaders Peter...Show More Summary
5 film directors, one epic rap battle. [ERB]
Film directors Steven Spielberg (Nice Peter) and Alfred Hitchcock (EpicLLOYD) face off in a new episode of Epic Rap Battles of History created by Nice Peter and EpicLLOYD. Quentin Tarantino (WAX), Stanley Kubrick (The Ghost of Stanley Kubrick), and Michael Bay (Nice Peter) also jumped in on the rap battle to verbally throw down some […]
The scriptwriter on Hitchcock's last, unfinished film, David Freeman had a front row seat as the aging, pain-wracked director raged against the dying of the light.
Location: Egyptian Theatre, 6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA 90028 Link out: Click here Date: December 26 at 7:30pm Description: The American Cinematheque screens Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thrill of fear and desire, starring James Stewart as a private eye in love with the woman he is tailing (Kim Novak), a morbid soul who claims to be the reincarnation of [...]
The best screen actor is the man who can do nothing extremely well. - Alfred Hitchcock
A sharp-eyed Terry Teachout spots a painting in an Alfred Hitchcock movie, thus creating a new mystery.
Now 47, Andrea Roth is a hot Canadian import that has well proven herself to be a very durable actress, appearing in episodes of RESCUE ME, CSI, CRIMINAL MINDS, LAW & ORDER, NIGHT HEAT, ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS, THE OUTER LIMITS, CSI: MIAMI, BLUE BLOODS, NUMBERS, DARK BLUE among to name just a few great shows, […]
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: The recent Foxcatcher has us thinking back on other stranger-than-fiction true crime yarns. Rope (1948) Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope...Show More Summary
“DEAD” WOMAN WAKES IN MORGUE REFRIGERATOR Back in the 1950s, there was a chilling and deservedly famous Alfred Hitchcock Presents TV episode about a man, played by Joseph Cotton, so paralyzed in an accident that the coroner believes he is...
The Telegraph reports that the typewriter screenwriter Joseph Stefano used to write Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is for sale. The vintage Olympia, seen below, can be yours for an opening bid of $25,000 through the Nate D. Sanders auction house, beginning November 20. Show More Summary
The Orson Welles Show would have been Citizen Kane director's answer to anthology TV series like Alfred Hitchcock Presents and The Twilight Zone. The show never made it past the pilot, however, leaving us with just one brilliant episode about an endocrinologist and an apparent fountain of youth. Read more...
"A suspense in line with Roman Polanski and Alfred Hitchcock." With the American Film Market underway in Santa Monica, some deals and projects are coming together, or getting additional announcements. IFC Films recently picked up USShow More Summary
Heavily inspired by Alfred Hitchcock's influence on Brian De Palma, Nacho Vigalondo’s “Open Windows” goes from crazy to Crazy to CRAZY, but maintains enough energy and cultural currency to keep the entertainment value high. It’s one of those admittedly silly films that moves so quickly that one rarely has time to question its logic. Show More Summary
"BLONDES make the best victims. They are like virgin snow that shows up the bloody footprints," opined Alfred Hitchcock. •TIPPI HEDREN, the blonde star of two of Alfred Hitchcock's most fascinating films -- The Birds and Marnie -- will receive a Commemorative Envelope and Stamp, designed in her honor. Show More Summary