DVD Review: Grace Kelly Collection

A great place to start if you are new to discovering the talent that is Grace Kelly. »»

Blu-ray Review: Psycho III (Collector's Edition)

Anthony Hopkins does a fine job delivering a film that goes brilliantly overboard. »»

Blu-ray Review: Psycho II (Collector's Edition)

While not quite a cinema classic, Psycho II is a fine piece of '80s fright. There's just enough properly timed comic moments to not make the film uptight. »»

Fantastic Fest 2013 Review: Grand Piano

Forget one ring to rule them all, it’s one piano key to save Frodo’s life. »»

DVD Review: Bearcats! (The Complete Television Series)

A short-lived show about a pair of Southwestern mercenaries who have car, will travel. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: Hitchcock [Video]

Alfred Hitchcock is the world's most famous director. But when he chooses the controversial Psycho as his next movie, no one will support it. Risking everything, he and his wife Alma fight to get it made. Starring Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren a »»

Just Seen It Movies: Hitchcock Hidden Gems - The Thirty Nine Steps, The Lady Vanishes and Marnie [Video]

Leah, Sean and David reveal their favorite Hitchcock Hidden Gems. Starring Leah Adlridge, Sean Wright and David Freedman Directed by Amy Taylor. Edited by Zack Delman. Production Sound and Sound Mixing byAaron Fink and Nic Isaacs. Produced by David F »»

The Houston Film Critics Society Presents A Hitchcock-Fest

Texans know a thing or two about chainsaws, but one critics group wants them to go a little "psycho" this weekend. »»

Just Seen It: Hitchcock Favorites - North By Northwest, Rear Window and Frenzy [Video]

Leah, Sean and David tip their hats to the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, and give you their favorites - no easy task! Starring Leah Adlridge, Sean Wright and David Freedman Directed by Amy Taylor. Edited by Zack Delmani. Production Sound and »»

Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection Blu-ray Announcement

Another big box set to be released on September 25th. Wallets will be hurting that day. »»

Blu-ray Review: Spellbound

Hitchcock goes where he’s never gone before - the deep recesses of the human mind. »»

Criterion Announces June Slate: More Chaplin, A Hitchcock Re-issue, Boyle's Shallow Grave

Plus a Spalding Gray doc, and the Samurai Trilogy is getting a Blu-ray upgrade. »»

Blu-ray Review: Notorious

Notorious easily ranks up at the top of Hitchcock’s list of best films and this Blu-ray presentation fantastically represents it. »»

Blu-ray Review: Rebecca

If you haven’t seen Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca you’re really doing yourself a disservice. »»

The Skin I Live In - Review

Revenge is a dish best served with surgical gloves. »»

DVD Review: Diabolique (Criterion Collection)

There are plenty of classic films that have aged considerably over the years. Diabolique isn’t one of them. »»

The Tourist - Blu-ray Review

Is The Tourist full of international intrigue or is it just another charade? »»

Sunday In New York - DVD Review

This is a sweet and simple comedy that’s not quite as sexual in nature as it should be. »»

Disc News: Birdemic: Shock and Terror Dives, Explodes On Blu-ray Next Month

Because sometimes it's fun to watch crappy movies in 1080p. »»

Robert Saucedo's Top 10 of 2010

Anybody who says 2010 wasn’t a good year for film is in serious need of more trips to the theater or a Netflix account. »»

Scary Movies (and Super Creeps) - The Oxford Murders

Mathematics for murderers. John Hurt and Elijah Wood play math-heads competing to solve murders in this stylish thriller. »»

The Psycho Legacy - DVD Review

The Psycho Legacy is perfect for the Norman Bates fan that wants more than the bonus features on the Psycho Blu-ray. »»

Last House On The Left Remake Director To Tackle Demonologists

Film would feature a family of ghost hunters battling a demonic infestation. »»

Something's Gonna Live - Review

Documentary beautifully explores the twilight years of golden age production artists »»

Disc News: The Psycho Legacy Carves a Date in October

Shout! Factory to release documentary that sons that dress like moms can enjoy. »»

Bad Movies Done Right - Jade

There are three rules when it comes talking to women. Number one: Ask questions; don't say anything because all women wanna do is talk about themselves. Two: Be cool. Three: Be kind of a dick. Look be like David Caruso in Jade. »»

Bad Movies Done Right - Birdemic: Shock and Terror

Birdemic is officially the worst movie I have ever seen — but it may also be one of my new favorites. »»

Tales from the Directors Chair: Joshua Grannell – Part 3

I'm sure you've been on the edge of your seat for three weeks now, so here it is without further ado: the third and final chapter of my interview with San Francisco filmmaker, Joshua Grannell. »»

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