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Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds Is Getting Turned Into A TV Show

Alfred Hitchcock's classic The Birds is getting the TV show treatment, and now everyone can relive their totally rational fear of "death by flocks of birds" week after week.

The BBC Is Turning Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds Into A Series

A remake of the Alfred Hitchcock classic, The Birds, is in the works as a television show over at the BBC according to DigitalSpy. The original movie was released in 1963 and starred Rod Taylor, Suzanne Pleshette and Tippy Hedren. Hedren played a San Franciscan who moves to a smaller California town where birds have started to attack the townsfolk. Show More Summary

‘The Birds’ TV Remake Coming from the BBC and Harry Potter Producer

At one point, a remake of The Birds was going to hail from producer Michael Bay. Now, a TV remake is in the works from producer David Heyman (Harry Potter). Heyman is collaborating with BBC to turn the story of Alfred Hitchcock‘s 1963 classic into a television drama at the BBC. Show More Summary

Fantasia: 78/52 and The 12 Best Hitchcock Movie Kills

In honor of the new Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho documentary 78/52 The post Fantasia: 78/52 and The 12 Best Hitchcock Movie Kills appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Remake of Hitchcock's The Birds coming from BBC

There has been talk for years now that we would be seeing a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's killer classic THE BIRDS hitting screens. Usually, the news came with names such as director Martin Campbell (CASINO ROYALE) and Naomi Watts attached,...Show More Summary

The BBC Bringing New Version of ‘The Birds’ to the Small Screen

Released in 1963, Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds was based on the same-named story by Daphne du Maurier, published in 1952. The film spawned a mostly-unseen sequel in 1994, and after years of remake talks, the avian terror tale is now headed to the small screen courtesy of the BBC. Digital Spy reports today that the […]

The 13 Alfred Hitchcock movies you need to watch in your lifetime

Alfred Hitchcock is more than just the master of suspense. Throughout his career, the legendary director transformed cinema as we know it today through his unique visual eye, masterful storytelling, and incredible showmanship. In celebration...Show More Summary

Kill of the Week: Shower Decapitation in ‘Mirrors 2’

Every week, we spotlight a kill that we just can’t get enough of. This is Kill of the Week. The most memorable shower scene in horror history will likely always be the unexpected slaying of Marion Crane in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, but direct-to-video sequel Mirrors 2 can, if nothing more, at least be proud of the fact […]

In sequence…

Got this via email, and thought I’d put it out here for a discussion, if people want to bite… Hi BR, some old classics play on the big screen here, and tomorrow there is Vertigo (1958) by Alfred Hitchcock. Is it better to watch movies by certain directors in a timeline sequence with respect to release date ? (so […]

78/52 (Fantasia Review)

PLOT: An in-depth examination of Alfred Hitchcock?s approach to filming his 1960 masterpiece, PSYCHO, specifically, the infamous shower scene. REVIEW: One can?t help but feel the influence of ROOM 237 on director Alexander O. Philippe?s 78/52. Show More Summary

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Alfred Hitchcock nailed it in his 1955 cat burglar-turned-romance starring Grace Kelly and Gary Grant. The pair teamed up, with Grant's character using his expertise as a former jewel thief, to catch a new criminal in the wealthy playground of Monte Carlo, Monaco. Show More Summary

’78/52? Review: The Shower Scene From ‘Psycho’ Gets Explored in Fascinating Detail [Fantasia Film Festival]

The running water. The figure behind the shower curtain. The flash of the knife. The sudden screech of strings to accompany the slaughter. Everyone knows the shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho – even people who have somehow managed to never see the film. Show More Summary

‘Dunkirk’ Review: Christopher Nolan Makes A Film About War That Hitchcock Would Have Loved

If Alfred Hitchcock were alive and still making films, Dunkirk is a movie he might have made, even if in his lifetime he didn’t tackle what turns out to be a surprisingly stirring tale of pure survival in war. The telling of the Dunkirk...Show More Summary

Spiritual Longing on the Silver Screen

How the makers (and watchers) of movies are engaged in a kind of prayer. W e had been married only a month the first time I showed my wife Vertigo, Alfred Hitchcock’s psycho-drama about a man so obsessed with a dead woman that he remakes another woman in the dead woman’s image. Show More Summary

‘Beauty and the Beast’ Writer Tackling Anthology Series “Welcome to Hitchcock

We learned back in September of last year that Universal Cable Productions is developing an anthology series based on the works of Alfred Hitchcock, titled “Welcome to Hitchcock.” We’ve got a little update today, as it’s been announced that Evan Spiliotopoulos (Beauty and the Beast) is attached to write the series. “Welcome to Hitchcock” will re-imagine classic tales from […]

Academy Award Winner Martin Landau Dead at 89

Martin Landau, the Oscar-winning character actor who has worked with acclaimed directors like Alfred Hitchcock, Woody Allen, and Tim Burton, has died at the age of 89. He is perhaps best known by modern audiences for his role as theShow More Summary

Mission: Impossible's Martin Landau Dead at 89

Martin Landau, the iconic actor best known for Mission: Impossible and Ed Wood, died Saturday. He was 89. Landau's breakout came in Alfred Hitchcock's 1959 thriller North by Northwest, where he played James Mason's henchman. He earned...Show More Summary

Rest In Peace Martin Landau

The Oscar-winning actor was a favorite of some of the best directors of all time, including Alfred Hitchcock, Woody Allen, Tim Burton and Ron Howard. Read the full article on AICN Hey, guys. Quint here. Today sucked for movie fans. We lost two cinematic titans: George Romero and Martin Landau. Martin Landau had a fascinating career. Show More Summary

Martin Landau's first job was Daily News cartoonist

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He was an Oscar winner who worked with such iconic directors as Alfred Hitchcock, Francis Ford Coppola and Woody Allen.

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