Alfred Hitchcock, our master of suspense, was incredibly good at manipulating his audience—a fact that has now come in handy for neuroscientists. When they screened a Hitchcock thriller for volunteers in a brain scanner, they found that...Show More Summary
American classical: John Mauceri, Danish National Symphony Orchestra - Music for Alfred Hitchcock Strangers, North, Rear W., Dial, The Man Who etc. [Toccata Classics] Beyond: Tim Hecker - Dropped Pianos Nine related, minimal sketches. Mostly compelling.[kranky] Tim Hecker -...
Earlier this week, Alfred Hitchcock celebrated a birthday. Rather, fans celebrated on his behalf. He would have been 115 years old. Many fans have been passing around this video published as a college project in 2012 by Morgan T. Rhys. Show More Summary
Alfred Hitchcock once delivered a disturbing bit of directorial advice: “Film your love scenes like murders, and your murders like love scenes.” Or something like that… the details are a bit vague. Whether Hitch made that exact declaration or not, the concept is still disturbing – and says a lot about artists, storytellers and audiences’ […]
Any movie fan can probably remember spotting some of Alfred Hitchcock’s infamous cameos—as a clock-winder in Rear Window, for example, or as an unlucky pedestrian who misses the bus at the last second in North by Northwest. But YouTube user Morgan T. Show More Summary
Legendary film filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock was born 115 years ago, on Aug. 13, 1899. The Master of Suspense died in 1980, but he left behind an outstanding oeuvre of some of the greatest films in cinematic history, including "Vertigo,"...Show More Summary
Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website or at Facebook. Sir Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) is, undisputedly, one of the great filmmakers of all-time. “Hitch" is...Show More Summary
The great thing about the internet is that it’s filled with people who have nothing but time on their hands. With all that free time creative juices get flowing – and it’s usually to all of our benefit. Such the case with Morgan T. Rhys’ epic video edit that compiles each and every Alfred Hitchcock […]
For Fall 2014, designer Colette Malouf took inspiration from the classic Alfred Hitchcock horror film The Birds, meaning the pieces are quite moody with many fowl references thrown in. From the inky texture of the leather turban to the...Show More Summary
Alfred Hitchcock appeared briefly in the majority of his movies, making that his signature. Morgan T. Rhys edited all those cameos together in a video so all Hitchcock's fans can enjoy it. Read more...
If you're more than a casual fan of filmmaking, then you're probably familiar with the name Saul Bass for his work on opening credits sequences and posters for iconic films of the past from directors like Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick and more. Show More Summary
User rsyung posted a photo to image archive Shorpy of a San Francisco street shot by his father in 1957, when another user noted that legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock also included a shot of the same street about 54 minutes into his 1958 masterpiece, Vertigo. On closer inspection, it was pointed out that not only [...]
Palazzo del Governatore in Parma hosts an exhibition dedicated to the Master of the suspense par excellence: Alfred Hitchcock. ?Alfred Hitchcock in the Universal Pictures movies? is an initiative promoted the City of Parma with the special collaboration of the Italian division of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Show More Summary
The "Pretty Little Liars" creators have made no bones about their film noir influences, particularly the master of suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock. Tuesday's (July 15) episode, "Run, Ali, Run," was a real treat for Hitchcock fans....Show More Summary
Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is eerie enough, but everything is creepier when it happens in real life. On Monday, a woman was found to have been living with the body of her deceased mother for at least a year, Huffington Post reports. On Monday, the police responded to a 911 call in Borough Park, Brooklyn where
You may have seen this classic Alfred Hitchcock movie already — but probably not the way that he intended. Read more...
Alfred Hitchcock in conversation with Francois Truffaut: To insist that a storyteller stick to the facts is just as ridiculous as to demand of a representative painter that he show objects accurately. What's the ultimate in representative painting? Color photography. Show More Summary
For all the recent attention paid to the art of the opening title sequence—and to innovators of the form like Saul Bass, Alfred Hitchcock, and David Fincher—one name hasn’t come up enough. Over his nearly three decade career in features, Spike Lee has brought us more great opening credits sequences than perhaps any other contemporary director. Show More Summary
One of the most talked about movies of its day was Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960), and nearly fifty years later, film lovers still discuss it. While initially receiving mixed reviews, it is now considered one of Hitchcock’s best films and is highly praised as a work of cinematic art. Show More Summary
Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim television show Robot Chicken has created an amusing parody video of the 1963 Alfred Hitchcock film The Birds featuring Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin facing down a group of overly zealous nerds. via Geeks are Sexy