There seems to be a renewed interest in Alfred Hitchcock. Universal is restoring many of his most enduring films, like Vertigo and The Birds.
Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock, The Master of Suspense, turns 113 this year, and with the kind of serenditity that's an entertainment publicist's dream, his birthday falls on August 13th. That's why Starz has annoucened it will broadcasts a different Hitchcock film every night,for thirteen nights, starting on the 13th. Each film will be followed
Last week, fans of Sir Alfred finally got the news they'd been waiting for -- all of Hitchcock's Universal classics are finally coming to Blu-ray. Now we've received word that two of the Master's Warner Brothers favorites -- Strangers on a Train
Hitchcock fans haven't exactly been starving for the Master's films on Blu-ray, with first-rate HD releases of North by Northwest, Psycho and Notorious currently available. But Sir Alfred's greatest period of work -- for Universal in the '50s and '60s -- will finally get its full due with the release of Alfred Hitchcock: The