Ravi Jain may be one of Toronto’s hottest theatre directors, but he hasn’t forgotten his clowning roots. That’s clear from “The 39 Steps”, in which he turns the classic Alfred Hitchcock film into a crazily entertaining screwball free-for-all.
A growing and popular way of reliving past movies is to re-screen classic pictures with a live orchestra playing the main themes and musical interludes. Hitchcock’s Psycho is the latest movie to receive the treatment.
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is known as a launching pad for future Oscar-winning films, but on its final day yesterday, the festival hosted a special free screening of a past masterpiece: Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo”.
For more than 60 million years, enormous predatory birds, often called "terror birds" dominated South America.
Now, a recent find of a previously unknown species in Argentina sheds light on how these birds vocalized — and possibly hunted their prey.
Jamaica Inn is a Grade II listed building in the civil parish of Altarnun, Cornwall, England. It was made famous in the novel by Daphne du Maurier and various movie and television adaptations.
Residents of Bridgewater, NJ, are thinking up ways to scare off an invasion of around 100 huge vultures which have taken over local trees and rooftops, and circle menacingly. One resident said "It's like Alfred Hitchcock."
As Halloween approaches, the number of horror movies on TV tends to rise. Whether you are a classic horror movie fan, or enjoy the more modern horror films, you are sure to find one to suit your taste.
Hollywood – As the films of Alfred Hitchcock continue to stand the test of time, Tinseltown is paying homage this year in no less than three upcoming releases: two films about the iconic director, and a TV prequel to his arguably most famous work.
Sight and Sound, the international film magazine published by The British Film Industry (BFI) announced by tweets the results of The Greatest Films of All Time: Sight & Sound’s 2012 poll, and have voted Hitchcock's Vertigo their number one best film.
The British Film Institute (BFI) is celebrating British film director Alfred Hitchcock’s brilliance in Olympic style and scale this summer with a wide-ranging celebration of his work including multiple extended screenings all over London.