Tags : Alfred Hitchcock

At the Movies with my Dad

I wanted to write something for my dad that was related to movies and here it is. This a very personal piece of my life and I understand the lack of desire you might feel in reading it. I’m not asking you to, I’m just asking you to be okay with me writing it and […]Read More

Psycho Posters: 8 Takes On A Classic

(Hitchcock voice) Good evening, how kind of you to join me. Today is a great day for Hitchcock fans in Houston, especially those who are psycho for Psycho. The 1960 film is playing tonight at Jones Hall with a live score performed by the Houston Symphony Orchestra. I’m super excited to hear Bernard Herrmann’s iconic score […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: 78/52

As a longtime fan of Alfred Hitchcock’s films, one of my most anticipated screenings at Fantastic Fest 2017 was Alexandre O. Philippe’s new documentary, 78/52. The 91 minute doc is an all-encompassing look at the revolutionary shower scene in the Master of Suspense’s 1960 film, Psycho. The title refers to the number of camera setups […]Read More

Mad Duck Posters Presents Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo by Jonathan Burton

Mad Duck Posters is excited to announce a new poster for Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film Vertigo with art by the incredible Jonathan Burton! This wednesday, Mad Duck Posters is releasing the first posters in a new series of officially licensed art based on the amazing films of Alfred Hitchcock! Jonathan Burton really captured the essence […]Read More

Weekend Rundown: 5 Film Reviews

Quick reviews for Jodorowsky’s Dune, Brick Mansions, The Face of Love, Last Passenger, and Under the Skin. Jodorowsky’s Dune is the best thing I watched all week.  It’s an entertaining documentary that tells the captivating story behind the greatest movie never made.  Alejandro Jodorowsky is an interesting fella and a visionary filmmaker (El Topo, The […]Read More

Movie Review: Grand Piano

I’ve always loved piano movies.  Like many people, I played piano as a child, only to give it up and regret it years later.  The title alone was enough to make me want to see Grand Piano, and when it was recommended as a thriller in the vein of Alfred Hitchcock (one of my all-time […]Read More