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.
We've set put together a list of ten classic titles that we deem appropriate for young viewers who are old enough to understand the difference between fantasy and reality.
Beginning on February 7th and running through March 1st, the exhibit will showcase brand new poster art from one of the best artists in the game, and we've got some sneak peeks of some of that art for you today.
Strap on your DIY thinking cap and try these horror movie-themed kids' costume ideas on for size!
Fifty years ago this week, Alfred Hitchcock gave the world a terrifying glimpse at the secret evil that lurks behind the eyes of our avian friends in The Birds.
The biggest horror hit of last year was Sinister, starring Ethan Hawke as a true crime writer who gets embroiled in the supernatural hauntings that killed the family in his most recent work.
Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection is the second enormous, remastered collection to come from Universal in the last month or so (the first being the Universal Monsters Collection.) The 15-disc set includes some of Alfred Hitchcock’s most well-known films - and some lesser-knowns: Saboteur, Shadow of a Doubt, Rope, (one of my favorites of the lesser-known films, along with Lifeboat which, sadly, is not in this set) Rear Window, The Trouble with Harry, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Psycho, The Birds, Marnie, Torn Curtain, Topaz, Frenzy, and Family Plot.
HBO just released the official trailer for their Alfred Hitchcock/Tippi Hedren flick The Girl.