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Janet Leigh Comes to Colorful Life in the Dreaded Shower Scene of ‘Psycho’

If you’re not familiar with the Youtubers My Colorful Past, you should look into what they’re cooking up on a fairly regular basis. Their expertise is transforming black and white photos into full color lifelike images. 115 more words


My Review of ‘Notorious’ (1946)

Warning: mild spoilers ahead, for those who haven’t seen this film. And if you haven’t, go see it. Now! For heaven’s sake. :) Anyway, don’t watch the last video, if you don’t already know the end. 314 more words


Universal Cable Productions Developing Alfred Hitchcock Anthology Series

Universal Cable Productions is developing an anthology series based on Alfred Hitchcock, Variety has learned.

The NBCUniversal-owned production company has inked a deal with the Alfred Hitchcock Estate to re-imagine classic tales from the iconic horror filmmaker for the TV project that is titled “Welcome to Hitchcock.” 240 more words


Week 39: The Skin Game (1931), Caddyshack, and Limitations.

Disclaimer: These essays presume you’ve seen the film in question. If you want to avoid spoilers, watch the movie first!

It’s one Hitchcock’s most quintessentially “English” films; a movie about the battle between modern and rural society, the nouveau riche and the landed gentry, slobs vs snobs. 1,795 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

Torn Curtain (1966)

Torn Curtain was Alfred Hichcock’s fiftieth feature in an illustrious career. Though he was arguably on a slow decline, the film still channels the Cold War sentiment and the age of the spy thriller, while taking hold of the director’s fascination in the everyman.   674 more words

Long Review

Foreign Correspondent

Foreign Correspondent, 1940, United Artists. Starring Joel McCrea, Laraine Day. Co-starring George Sanders, Herbert Marshall, Albert Basserman. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. B&W, 120 minutes. 581 more words

Classic Films

Shadow Of A Doubt (1943)

A young woman is elated when her favourite uncle comes to stay with her family but becomes increasingly suspicious that he is in fact the “merry widow murderer”. 229 more words