Enjoy a gallery of some of history's greatest luminaries forever captured in ghostly white plaster.
Filmmaker IQ has posted an eye-popping collection of storyboards from Hitchcock's most beloved films, with side-by-side comparisons to the finished scenes.
While it looks like an ordinary sculpture, at first glance, it's the shadow this piece casts that makes it so special.
The Oscar-winning director fused Hitchcock's 1960 classic with Gus Van Sant's shot-by shot 1998 remake to produce a mind-boggling new creation.
Never released in its completed form, the legendary director's deeply disturbing film exposing the horrors of the Holocaust will finally see the light of the big screen.
Herman and Lily Munster, Alfred Hitchcock and Dracula are just a few of the horror icons that have been depicted in Casino's incredibly unique form of art.
Taking a look at ten scenes where beloved horror filmmakers popped up in their own movies!
Long before Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga slipped into the roles of Norman and Norma Bates, there was another TV pilot titled 'The Bates Motel' from 1987 and after years of floating in obscurity and only being available on the bootleg market, it's finally been given a quiet DVD release via Universal's "Vault Series".
We here at FEARnet are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of producer Hilton A. Green yesterday at the age of 84. His father Alfred E. Green was a legendary director in his own right, but Hilton worked his way up as an assistant director for several popular television shows including Alfred Hitchcock Presents, which led to him working as first A.D on the original 'Psycho' and later 'Marnie.'
In honor of Alfred Hitchcock's birthday on August 13th, Mondo is releasing a whole bunch of new goodies.