Column by Annie Neugebauer June 10, 2019
The book was better than the movie. The book is always better than the movie. Except when it’s not.
Column by Christopher Shultz
In honor of Daphne du Maurier's birthday, let's take a look at one of her most famous short stories, the Hitchcock film that eclipsed it, and two other adaptations virtually no one knows about.
Column by Christopher Shultz May 25, 2016
Between Bloch's novel and Hitchcock's film, which version of 'Psycho' is the Mother?
Column by Ryan Peverly June 5, 2014
Robert Bloch introduced the modern Everyman psychopath with 1959s "Psycho", a seminal work that ushered a new fascination with horror into popular culture.
Column by Meredith Borders November 30, 2012
Stephen Rebello's intricate look at the making of 'Psycho' is turned into a scandalous romp in this month's 'Hitchcock.'
News by Rob Hart January 10, 2012
It sounds like a match made in heaven--Raymond Chandler writing a movie for Alfred Hitchcock. Except Chandler couldn't stand Hitchcock, and he doesn't mince words about it in this letter.