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Armie Hammer Had A Very Funny Reason For Not Watching Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca
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Steven Spielberg And 7 Other Directors Who Could Have Directed A James Bond Movie, But Didn't
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Psycho And 11 Other Alfred Hitchcock Movies Available Streaming

Alfred Hitchcock fans you're in luck. The internet is dark and full of Hitchcock films.

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ReelBlend Podcast #24: Hereditary Reactions, Joker News And Debating Hitchcock's Best Movie

Oh, Hereditary. You disturbing, unnerving film. Kevin and Sean discuss what they like about the movie, but fear not. They stay clear of all spoilers, as this is the type of movie that you need to see as clean and unspoiled as possible.

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2017 Holiday Gift Guide: The Best DVD Sets Include DC, Firefly And More

It's that time of year when we are all busy visiting family, attending holiday functions and, of course, shelling out an exceptional amount of money to show our friends and family just how much we love them.

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Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds Is Getting Turned Into A TV Show

Alfred Hitchcock's classic The Birds is getting the TV show treatment, and now everyone can relive their totally rational fear of "death by flocks of birds" week after week.

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Lord Of The Rings, Harry Potter And Other Great Movie Marathons Airing On New Year's Eve Weekend

Another year has come and gone, and it's time to celebrate the best way we know how: hours of movie marathons! These are some of the best movie marathons happening all weekend.

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Tippi Hedren's New Memoir Claims She Was Sexually Assaulted By Alfred Hitchcock

These allegations have swirled around Alfred Hitchcock's name for years following his death, and Hedren bringing them up again in her forthcoming memoir will only add heat to the conversation about whether or not these accusation will tarnish the director's reputation.

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That Time Steven Spielberg Got Kicked Off An Alfred Hitchcock Film Set

Did you know that Steven Spielberg used to sneak onto film sets as a kid? Well during one of those set visits, he was kicked off of a film being directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Read on to get the details.

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See The Classic Movie References Found In Pixar's Greatest Films

By this point we're all well aware of just how clever Pixar movies are. These emotionally engaging stories are full of intricate themes and crammed with references to other movies, a fact celebrated in this new compilation video.

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The Badass Warning Alfred Hitchcock Had Theaters Display Before Psycho Screenings

Alfred Hitchcock was well known for not allowing any disrespect to the filmmaking process on the set of his movies, but in the early 1960s the legendary director was able to extend his influence to every theater that showed his would-be classic horror film, Psycho.

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Watch Every Single Hitchcock Cameo From His Entire Career

Throughout the canon of Alfred Hitchcock classics, there's one actor Hitch could always depend on showing up to do their part... himself!

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Top 20 YouTube Movies Available To Watch

Believe it or not, YouTube has some quality films hiding within its walls... and some of them are even free to watch! Here's a list of 20 prime candidates that you might want to bookmark before the next Winter Storm/Sick Day.

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The Director Of Birdman Despises This Alfred Hitchcock Film

Normally, directors usually go out of their way to heap praise onto Alfred Hitchcock, rather than bad-mouthing one of his most-revered films. But Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu is a breathtakingly unique filmmaker, and after his hugely anticipated black comedy, Birdman, was recently compared to Hitchcock’s 1948 thriller Rope, he surprised many by reacting negatively to the analogy.

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10 A-List Directors And The Projects They Never Got Funding For

Filmmakers nowadays are finding that it’s pretty hard to get their dream-films off the ground. But it’s always been this way for directors. Even some of the greatest men to ever set foot behind the camera have struggled to find funding for their passion movies, and this includes the likes of Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Charlie Chaplin, both of whom wanted to make biopics on Napoleon Bonaparte, Orson Welles, and, ahem, Mel Gibson.

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Toni Collette On Hitchcock And The Shocking Moment With Anthony Hopkins On Set

Though it's now considered one of Alfred Hitchcock's masterworks, Psycho was initially deemed a risky prospect by everyone in Hollywood, even Hitch's most ardent supporters like his wife Alma Reville and his devoted assistant Peggy Robertson. The struggle to get Psycho made is the focus of the new film Hitchcock

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International Hitchcock Trailer Reveals The Fight For Psycho

In the new biopic Hitchcock, director Sacha Gervasi unveils the struggles Hitch and his wife and most trusted collaborator Alma Reville faced in bringing Psycho to life. Of course today, this is arguably Hitchcock's best-known effort, but in 1959 it seemed too ghastly and too strange to get support from the studio system for which Hitchcock had made millions.

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Watch Tippi Hedren's Screen Test For The Birds

An overwhelming majority of actors are just actors. Only a tiny fraction of those in Hollywood have the potential to be movie stars, and Tippi Hedren had that potential. It’s a great shame her problems with Hitchcock prevented her from taking a few roles that could have turned her into one of the biggest names in Hollywood. Still, having The Birds as a legacy isn’t half bad.

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Anthony Hopkins As Alfred Hitchcock Warns You Not To Text In Theaters

Before we even get into the video in question, I want to address the inherent irony. This is a PSA recorded by Anthony Hopkins, in character as Alfred Hitchcock as he will be in the upcoming film Hitchcock, that is airing in movie theaters and warning moviegoers not to text or use their phones during the film

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See Scarlett Johannson, Jessica Biel And More In First Images From Hitchcock

If you're not familiar with the Psycho story-- and if not, please see that movie before this one comes out!-- Janet Leigh (Johansson) plays the ostensible heroine, who skips down with some stolen cash and decides to hang out in the Bates Motel. But thanks to supremely creepy hotel owner Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins, played by James D'arcy)

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