Like the Master of Suspense stepping into his own silhouette in an episode of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," the shadowy outline of the just-announced next-gen Honda Ridgeline in a teaser image is intended to titillate the audience for what comes next....
Raising Hope fans are in for a scare this Friday (9/8c, Fox) when the sitcom pays tribute to the king of suspense, director Alfred Hitchcock, and his 1954 classic film, Rear Window. In the episode, titled "Murder, She Hoped," Burt (Garret...Show More Summary
It sort of looks like something out of Alfred Hitchcock's classic movie Birds, but this is totally real life. Maikel Parets of Richmond, Canada filmed a geese tsunami as a massive group of the migrating fowl took off from a park there. George...Show More Summary
Maybe you're one of the lucky ducks who doesn't have to work the day after Thanksgiving, so you can stay in your jammies all day and watch the movie marathon of your choice -- Capt. Jack Sparrow, Alfred Hitchcock, "Star Wars."
If you saw Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 movie “The Birds” get ready for this one. The day I saw the movie I was in junior high. I walked out of the theater in New Haven, Connecticut and a snakk of pigeons took off in front of me flying over my head and I very visibly flinched. [...]
Mick Jagger. Frankfurt, 1970. Source: All photos © Barbara Klemm Alfred Hitchcock. Frankfurt, 1972. Stuttgart, 1972....Continue reading
Hello, Persephoneers! Today’s classic movie pick is a period suspense film directed by the master of suspense films itself. Care to guess? It’s Jamaica Inn, made in 1939 and directed by Alfred Hitchcock. It’s based on the novel of the same title by Daphne du Maurier and stars Charles Laughton, Maureen O’Hara, and Robert Newton. […]
When I was younger, I used to hurry home from school to catch the Syfy (what was then Sci-Fi) Channel's afternoon block of programming: Alfred Hitchcock Presents; Ray Bradbury Theater; and Tales From the Darkside. I loved that weirdShow More Summary
Alfred Hitchcock, director of cinema classics such as The 39 Steps (1935), Psycho (1950) and North by Northwest (1959), was a master filmmaker who had a knack for flooding the human heart with terror He is famous for driving his actors...Show More Summary
Admit it — when you first saw Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller The Birds, it took you a few weeks to get over your new-found fear of anything feathered. So to wake up from a pleasant nap on the beach to find yourself surrounded by...Show More Summary
2013 NYC Village Halloween Parade (photo by Chris La Putt) This Halloween is something to be sure Especially to be here without you There's a Greta Garbo and an Alfred Hitchcock And some black Jamaican stud There's five Cinderellas and...
Audiences don't scare as easily as they once did. Not only have they seen just about every conceivable brand of horror movie––from torture porn to alt–history vampires––they've seen real–life terrors that Alfred Hitchcock never had to compete against. Show More Summary
Some of the sickest killers and creepiest tales that cinema has seen have been inspired by real events. The infamous Ed Gein was the source of inspiration for Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho as well as Texas Chainsaw Massacre's chainsaw-wielding Leatherface. Show More Summary
Alfred Hitchcock stands on a ladder while dumping water over Ross Bagdasarian’s head with a watering can. (via Lomography)
Promotional photograph for "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" from 1958.
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In its second season, A&E's Bates Motel will introduce the infamous fruit cellar where Mother's stuffed body... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Psycho Alfred Hitchcock Freddie Highmore Vera Farmiga Carlton Cuse Bates Motel
These days its a given that if a film can have a sequel, if the numbers are right and the money is there, it most certainly will. Things were very different in 1960 however, when Alfred Hitchcock’s original ‘Psycho’ shocked audiences and became one of the most...
When finishing a cup of tea while on the set, he would often non-discriminatingly toss the cup and saucer over his shoulder, letting it fall (or break) wherever it may.
If Nick Drake, Alan Parsons Project and M83 spawned a child raised on a healthy diet of Prince, Alfred Hitchcock, and classic science fiction films, it would be something resembling Shyboy. The enigmatic recording artist, whose Water...Show More Summary