Alfred Hitchcock We need better baddies News post details 9:56 AM, 10 July 2016 We love the bad guys, but not when they're the go-to drama property developers This short film merges Star Wars with Alfred Hitchcock - and it's wonderfully eerie News post details 9:30 AM, 19 May 2016 Darth by Darthwest... Happy Birthday Alfred Hitchcock! Why he was the greatest British director News post details 2:00 PM, 13 August 2015 Andrew Collins salutes the Master of Suspense - and suggests an unconventional way of paying tribute Five fascinating TV and film facts #32 News post details 2:12 PM, 23 June 2015 Doctor Who saved the Beatles and Orson Welles was a Transformer The Birds and The Time Machine actor Rod Taylor dies aged 84 News post details 9:28 AM, 09 January 2015 The Australian-born actor, who also played Winston Churchill in Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, has passed away in the US Ten people you think have won Oscars but haven't News post details 12:10 PM, 28 February 2014 From James Dean and Judy Garland to Johnny Depp and Leonardo DiCaprio, here are the shock omissions from the Academy's list of winners Bates Motel: Freddie Highmore on re-imagining Psycho's serial killer News post details 12:18 PM, 12 September 2013 "Is Norman Bates always destined to become a serial killer? Or is it because of this dodgy town he’s moved to and the weirdly intimate relationship with his mum?" Film DVD round-up: Hitchcock, Beautiful Creatures, Warm Bodies... and more News post details 11:42 AM, 17 June 2013 In June 17th's releases: the Master of Suspense takes centre stage, a teenager is bewitched by the new girl in school, and who said romance wasn’t undead? The Lady Vanishes: Tom Hughes on remaking Hitchcock News post details 7:33 AM, 17 March 2013 "If you're making a like-for-like replica of a classic, you can't ever do it as well." The BBC1 production is a psychological thriller, not a comedy romp, says its star Hitchcock review - a surprisingly fluffy portrait starring a heavily latexed Anthony Hopkins News post details 3:45 PM, 04 February 2013 Hopkins and Helen Mirren hit the big screen this week in a film about the making of Psycho, but does it cut to the heart of the matter?