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.
Seventy-four years ago, a precocious young actor named Orson Welles caused panic with a radio adaptation of H.G. Wells' “The War of the Worlds”. This Halloween, Toronto music collective The Art Of Time Ensemble recreates the historic show onstage.
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.