Tags : Alfred Hitchcock

Iconic Psycho shower scene doc 78/52 slashes its way to

DOGWOOF is excited to announce that the bold, stylish and incisive new documentary 78/52– the film which pulls back the curtain on one of cinema’s greatest ever scenes – slashes its way onto DVD on 11th December 2017 and we have an exclusive clip from the extras with Guillermo del Toro discussing some thematic aspects […]Read More

78/52 (2017) Review

Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is not only one of the best horror films ever made it is also one of the most important horror films ever made changing not only the face of the genre but also all of cinema and popular culture when it came out.Read More

Psycho Live!

The Albert Hall proudly presents the Manchester debut of the live cinema screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s cinematic masterpiece, PSYCHO, with the live soundtrack provided by Manchester Camerata (Written by Bernard Herrmann, 1960).Read More

Sisters (1973) Review

Sisters is a psychedelic psychological murder mystery drenched in slick style and terrifying tension and even though it was at the start of his long running career it proves De Palma’s status as a true auteur and a master film maker.Read More

Plein Soleil (1960) Review

The Talented Mr. Ripley by Patricia Highsmith was a smash hit when it was first published in 1955 introducing the world to the charismatic psychopath known as Tom Ripley who returned in five further novels collectively known as the Ripliad.Read More