Mark Cousins’ analytical survey of the Hitchcock filmography draws on a strange and not entirely helpful special guest for its narration.
Decision to Leave reframes the blueprint of Hitchcock’s Vertigo, but it’s not the first time Park Chan-wook has looked back to this classic-era muse.
Dive in to the deceptively tranquil waters of Park Chan-wook’s sensational, genre-splicing detective yarn.
The Bergman Island writer/director on the Swedish maestro, the inner lives of artists and the process of bringing dreams to life.
The acclaimed German graphic artist created iconic designs for the likes of Akira Kurosawa and John Cassavetes.
By Anton Bitel
With its surreal premise and zoological themes, Richard Franklin’s Link remains a most curious creature.
By Eleanor Ring
The 1940 adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s novel sees the title character refuse to be tamed by marriage.
By Sally Nolan
The patronising psychiatrist’s explanation strips away the mystery and fear that Hitchcock so impressively builds.
By Adam Scovell
Visiting the scene of the director’s penultimate thriller, set in a bygone Covent Garden.
Ang Lee’s sci-fi thriller explores male intimacy and dependency through a time-honoured trope.
By Leigh Singer
A side-by-side video comparison of the seminal 1960 horror and its near-identical 1998 update.
A pioneer of 4D screenings, the American B-movie director was a born showman.
The American writer/director discusses his nightmarish new horror.
By Leigh Singer
Video essayist Leigh Singer explores the use of the first-person perspective in horror cinema.
From Alfred Hitchcock to Fritz Lang, the process of creating women has long been an obsession of cinema’s greatest male creators.
Alfred Hitchcock’s lofty thriller is back on the big screen in time for its 60th anniversary.
Original alternate one-sheets for Psycho, Dial M for Murder and The Birds.