Helen Mirren

Hitchcock (Blu-ray / DVD)

Starring Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson, Toni Collette, Danny Huston, Jessica Biel, James D’Arcy

Exclusive: Dread Central Chats with Hitchcock Director Sacha Gervasi

It seems rather coincidental that earlier this week Dread Central had the opportunity to speak with Hitchcock director Sacha Gervasi while we're in the midst of celebrating Indie Horror Month right now.

Go Inside the Hitchcock Blu-ray

Hitchcock hits Blu-ray and DVD today (look for a review soon), and to celebrate its arrival, we have a look inside the home video package for you, which should help you determine whether or not you should stop at that lonely motel at the side of the road.

Artwork and Specs for Both Hitchcock and Alfred Hitchcock: The Classic Collection on Blu-ray

Haven't had a chance to check out Hitchcock yet? Well, its home video release is coming on March 12th, and we have all the info you need right here, including word on Alfred Hitchcock: The Classic Collection, which arrives the same day.

Hitchcock Comes Home in March

According to our friends over at Blu-ray.com, Fox Searchlight has announced the home video release date for Hitchcock, starring Sir Anthony Hopkins in the title role and Helen Mirren, who's been nominated for several awards already, as his wife. Look for it in stores on March 12th.

2013 Golden Globe Nominations Once Again Light on Horror

The nominees for the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards have been announced, and while there's a lot of new blood this year, especially on the TV side, genre fans will be hard pressed to find any surprises... or much to be excited about. Read on for the very sparse horror highlights.

19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Light on Horror Nominees

Despite record high ratings and universal acclaim, one area in which "The Walking Dead" can't catch a break is recognition for its acting. The nominees have been announced for the 19th Screen Actors Guild Awards, and "TWD" does show up, but not where we might have hoped.

Second Hitchcock Featurette Offers More Behind-the-Scenes Info

With Hitchcock going a bit wider in more theatres this weekend, Fox Searchlight has released another behind-the-scenes featurette that sheds some light on the process involved in bringing the film's characters to life on the big screen. Check it out right here!

Hitchcock Comes Clean in Latest Clip

The shower scene from Psycho could very well be one of the most frightening things ever put to film. It's also the subject of the latest clip from Sacha Gervasi's Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren. Look for it in theatres November 23rd!

New Character Driven Hitchcock Poster

Hot on the heels of the first clip, which debuted a couple of hours ago, we now have yet another one-sheet on tap for you cats from the upcoming flick Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins as the truly iconic director. Look for it in theatres on November 23rd.

Watch the First Clip from Hitchcock

We were already really looking forward to Sacha Gervasi's Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren; and now that the first clip, titled "Shock Value," has arrived, November 23rd can't get here soon enough!

New Hitchcock Featurette Goes Behind the Scenes

More goodies have come in for Fox Searchlight's Hitchcock. Today we have a behind-the-scenes look at the film featuring director Sacha Gervasi along with stars Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren.

New Stills from Hitchcock Show Off the Supporting Players

A new batch of photos has arrived that shows off Hitchcock's version of the cast members from Psycho--Jessica Biel as Vera Miles, Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh, and James D'Arcy as Anthony Perkins--as well as a few others.

Third and Final Poster for Fox Searchlight's Hitchcock

Hitchcock will be released worldwide by Fox Searchlight Pictures in a few weeks, on November 23rd to be exact, and the third and final poster for the film landed in our inbox today - just in time for Halloween!

Hitchcock Warns Not to Text During His Film or Face the Consequences

Me? I go to the movies in the afternoon when no one is there, if only to avoid sitting in a crowded room full of schmucks who are texting the people sitting right friggin' next to them. It's truly annoying and the master of suspense tends to agree.