1. Dog Soldiers (2002)
This is most definitely one the best modern werewolf movies. Even though the werewolves remind me of the ones from The Howling, this movie is one of the most original to come out in years. The military [...]
Here’s an unexpected little treat. Director Stephen Soderbergh has done something incredibly cool. He took Alfred Hitchcock’s amazing original and spliced it together with the Gus Van Zant remake and created something that is oddly mesmerizing. He calls it PSYCHOS and and it’s available to watch for free by heading on over to Mr. Soderbergh’s website. You can do that by CLICKING HERE right now. It’s the full film so settle in for a and … Continue reading
Monday brings the premiere of A&E’s BATES MOTEL and early buzz is very strong. The premiere episode bows at 10 PM Monday night and the network has made available a nice little behind the scenes clip titled Directing Bates Motel. Give it a view, they talk about recreating the iconic PSYCHO sets and lots of other cool stuff. I dug it!
Enter to win your FREE copy of HITCHCOCK on Blu-ray in this really psycho giveaway from HorrorNews.net!Â Email firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Hitchcock” in the subject line.Â In the body of the email, please give your full name and complete address along with your favorite Hitchcock movie. HITCHCOCK â€“ AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY & DVD ON MARCH 12TH OscarÂ® winners Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren* are spellbinding in this provocative story about the making of one of … Continue reading
Well, all I can say is that Mrs. Bates is looking a hell of a lot hotter than last time I seen her. Of course last time she was in black and white and oh yeah, a corpse. If you’ve been paying any attention at all then you already should be well aware of A&E’s new show this spring based on NORMAN BATES and the classic PSYCHO. It’s entitled BATES MOTEL and will premiere at … Continue reading
In a bit of a gutsy move ABC has tapped Family Guy’s Seth MacFarlane to host this years Oscars ceremony which will air live on the channel on Sunday Feb. 24th. I’m a huge MacFarlane fan and looking forward to seeing what he manages to get away with. Just to wet our appetites ABC has released our first look at a TV spot that features a film you may just recognize.
SYNOPSIS: A young American widow named Lauren (Jennifer Bryer) and her daughter, Emily (Sydney Wade) return to England to inherit a country home of a distant relative of her late husband. Alone in the Yorkshire countryside, Lauren finds her life turned upside down when a neighbor dies in her new home during a tarot reading. Suddenly on the run with her daughter in tow, Lauren first wounds her ankle stepping into a burrow and then … Continue reading
Love retro poster art so as you can imagine the new poster for HITCHCOCK is just my cup of tea. Â It showed up over at EW today and I thought you all might like to steal a peek. There are a few different Hitch related films heading our way so lets make sure you know the one I’m talking about. This is the theatrical film that will star Sir Anthony Hopkins as Hitch and will … Continue reading
Thriller-genre television shows may be on hiatus for the summer with one exception as July ushers in the latest entry of the cult TV series, “Lee Martin’s The Midnight Hour.” â€śBad Boys Go to Hellâ€ť tells the offbeat story of young Tracey (Amerie Novosad), a high school misfit who is bullied by day and ostracized by her own family at night (with one unfortunate exception). Little do her hateful classmates suspect that Tracey is in … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: “Phoenix office worker Marion Crane is fed up with the way life has treated her. She has to meet her lover Sam in lunch breaks and they cannot get married because Sam has to give most of his money away in alimony. One Friday Marion is trusted to bank $40,000 by her employer. Seeing the opportunity to take the money and start a new life, Marion leaves town and heads towards Sam’s California store. … Continue reading
WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS NUMEROUS DESCRIPTIONS OF THE PLOT Peripherally based on the real life character of Ed Gein, who killed two people in the 1950s and kept their body parts, the Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho still resonates as one of the greatest horror films of all time, even 50 years after its 1960 release. Published shortly after the discovery of Geinâ€™s misdeeds, Robert Blochâ€™s novel partly inspired Joseph Stefanoâ€™s screenplay which would become the … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: When larcenous real estate clerk Marion Crane (Janet Leigh) goes on the lam with a wad of cash and hopes of starting a new life, she ends up at the notorious Bates Motel, where twitchy manager Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) cares for his housebound mother. The place seems quirky but fine â€¦ until Marion decides to take a shower. Director Alfred Hitchcock’s Oscar-nominated shocker has been terrifying viewers for decades — and for good … Continue reading
See Alfred Hitchcockâ€™s Masterpiece Debuting on Blu-rayâ„˘ Hi-Def and Featuring 5.1 Surround Sound for the First Time Ever PSYCHO 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
Check out the latest release dates for the following horror movies, some classic and some more recent. Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) 50th Anniversary Edition – Oct 19, 2010 Â Plot Marion Crane goes on the run after stealing $40,000 from one of her employer’s clients. Taking a wrong turn in a storm, Marion arrives at the isolated Bates Motel, run by the twitchy Norman, who is constantly at the beck and call of his unseen … Continue reading