Alfred Hitchcock

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Sinfonia of London/Wilson/ Chiejina review – a remarkable debut for Vertigo orchestra
The first live concert for the Sinfonia, which once recorded the Hitchcock soundtrack, was exceptional, featuring the exquisite voice of Francesca Chiejina

Tim Ashley

05, Sep, 2021 @2:57 PM

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Vertigo the game: could it delete the horrific history of movie tie-ins?
A new French project ‘inspired’ by the Hitchcock classic could point the way to video games that riff off a film-maker’s wider aesthetic

Stuart Heritage

09, Jun, 2021 @10:27 AM

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Norman Lloyd obituary
Veteran stage and screen actor, director and producer who worked with Orson Welles and Alfred Hitchcock

Ronald Bergan

12, May, 2021 @2:17 PM

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The Twelve Lives of Alfred Hitchcock by Edward White review – looking for Mr Fright
This innovative biography of the director – a wily tormentor of audiences and colleagues – is most successful when tracking his contemporary influence

Peter Conrad

25, Apr, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Stage Fright: Hitchcock thriller makes theatre a crime scene
A long-lost London playhouse and Rada’s headquarters feature in this 1950 caper starring a showstopping Marlene Dietrich

Chris Wiegand

16, Mar, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Kim Novak on Hitchcock, Sinatra and why she turned her back on Hollywood to paint
Kim Novak starred in Vertigo - voted the best film ever made - but knew she was too fragile for fame. She talks about her tough childhood, the sensitive side of Sinatra and starting again in her forties

Simon Hattenstone

15, Feb, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Rebecca to Rachel: 10 of the best Daphne du Maurier films
Ben Wheatley’s new version of the gothic thriller Rebecca joins an impressive list of big-screen Du Maurier adaptations

Anne Billson

19, Oct, 2020 @9:41 AM

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David Attenborough, Chewing Gum, Hitchcock and more: what's streaming in Australia in October
Aaron Sorkin, Sofia Coppola and Michaela Coel lead new work coming this month, along with new seasons of the Mandalorian and Fargo and a whole bunch of horror

Luke Buckmaster

01, Oct, 2020 @5:30 PM

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Sean Connery: a dangerously seductive icon of masculinity
Peter Bradshaw celebrates the career of the former milkman who brought a working-class edge to the role of James Bond before further unleashing a sense of menace in roles for Hitchcock and Lumet

Peter Bradshaw

25, Aug, 2020 @7:26 AM

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Dressed to Kill at 40: Brian De Palma's thrilling yet problematic shocker
The director’s stylish Psycho homage remains a thrill yet continues to face accusations of misogyny and transphobia

Scott Tobias

25, Jul, 2020 @7:10 AM

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Psycho at 60: the enduring power of Hitchcock's shocking game-changer
In 1960, audiences were unprepared for the director’s devious rug-pulling thriller and years later, its impact still reverberates

Scott Tobias

16, Jun, 2020 @6:15 AM

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House of horrors: how cinema turned a safe space into a trap
Long before an age of lockdown, films from Rosemary’s Baby to The Shining and In the Shadow unveiled the home as the ultimate fear

Michael Newton

27, May, 2020 @10:56 AM

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