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.
A talented artist worked up these ideas for Minimates of Norman Bates, Marion Crane, and of course good old “Mother.” Take a look!
The horror genre took root, clawed its way into mainstream popularity, and spawned a wealth of atmospheric and unsettling thrillers
Having examined, investigated and completely broken down the ins and outs of the entire 'Psycho' franchise for my documentary project 'The Psycho Legacy,' I’ve managed to become pretty well versed in the mythology and time-line of all the events as they take place within the universe set up by Sir Alfred Hitchcock in his 1960 adaptation of the Robert Bloch novel 'Psycho' right through to the final prequel/sequel of that particular franchise with 'Psycho IV: The Beginning.'
Nine of the master's earliest feature films have been restored, and are slated to screen in select theaters across the country. Details within!
UK music label Death Waltz is releasing limited editions of classic & cult horror scores and horror music tributes on vinyl LP this April. Check out these groovy titles!
Are you ready for a modern version of Norman Bates? Well, ready or not, A&E is ready to roll out it's new original dramatic series loosely based on Alfred Hitchcock's infamous film 'Psycho' and setting the story of Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) and his mother Norma (Vera Farmiga) in present day.