Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 thriller begins, even before the opening credits, with a full-screen shot of one of those old, invariably black, Bakelite telephones.Sunday, 26 May, 2013, 5:42pm
Two dead in oil rig fire in Gulf of Mexico17 Nov 2012 - 2:22am
Li Sze-tung, 17, Po Leung Kuk Laws Foundation College
cd: Dark Light by rock band, HIM, the first Finnish band to have a gold album in the United States.
dvd: Vertigo, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, is one of the greatest movies ever.
movie: The Smurfs. A welcome alternative to the omnipresent Harry Potter.14 Aug 2011 - 12:00am
Psycho Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles Director: Alfred Hitchcock8 May 2011 - 12:00am
Eighty years after the release of Blackmail, one of the film's scenes remains legendary: during breakfast, Alice (Anny Ondra, below) hears a local gossiping about a murder. Distressed, Alice begins to hear the monologue as a distorted sonic mess, with only the word 'knife' heard increasingly clearly. When asked to cut the bread, she drops her knife, her agitation bursting out into the open.23 Sep 2010 - 12:00am
Starring: Rod Taylor, Tippi Hedren, Jessica Tandy
Director: Alfred Hitchcock6 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
Alfred Hitchcock's films reflect his strict childhood and painful experiences.
Nothing in Disturbia suggests the Peeping Tom, played by Shia LaBeouf, ever watched Rear Window. But given his antics, it wouldn't be surprising if he had.
When it comes to voyeurism, Alfred Hitchcock is the master.23 Sep 2007 - 12:00am
The end of the world is near according to various doomsayers, both past and present.
With a new millennium imminent and several nations at odds with each other over various issues, predicting man's demise has become big business as evident from the numerous Armageddon books and doomsday sites on the Internet.13 Aug 1999 - 12:00am
TALKING of Oscars, which we weren't, To Catch A Thief (World, 9.35pm) won one for Best Cinematography. It won nothing else, probably because it is generally accepted to be Alfred Hitchcock's worst film. It looks mighty expensive and it was mighty expensive, but it's lightweight to the point of zero gravity.21 Mar 1995 - 12:00am
Q. I am a baby boomer, born with the bumpiest, knobbliest knees on the block. For years I've hidden them under trousers, waiting for longer skirts to come back. I don't mean ankle-length florals but the simple below-the-knee suit skirts that most of the women of my generation consider dowdy. Have longer skirts come back? Are we at last going to see women dressing as conservatively as men? A.8 Jan 1995 - 12:00am