In the new movie “Hitchcock,” two dissimilar directors — one living, one dead — collide.
In 1960, Alfred Hitchcock wanted to move away from the glossy color movies Hollywood had been making. But no one wanted to finance “Psycho,” so he decided to put up the money himself. Read More
“What if someone really good made a horror picture?”
That’s the enticing proposition Alfred Hitchcock puts forth in the new biopic “Hitchcock,” a dramedy about the making of the movie “Psycho,” the director’s risky, triumphant fusion of terror and art. Read More
Paris Hilton really could use some press after being eclipsed by the Kardashians’ orbs time and again. But be careful what you wish for, oh ye beautiful twit.
Radar has gotten its hands on a recording that a New York cabbie made of Hilton talking about gay men: “They’re disgusting. Dude, most of them probably have AIDS. ... I would be so scared if I was a gay guy. You’ll like, die of AIDS.” Read More
The movie “360” is presented as something brimming with profound observations about alienation and interconnectedness, but it really is a hollow collection of coincidences interspersed with platitudes about This Modern Life.
It starts with a prostitute, Mirka (Lucia Siposová), whom we meet as she is posing for pictures on an escorting website. Read More
Father Lucas doesn’t toe the company line. The Vatican’s resident exorcist for more than 20 years, he struggles with misgivings — about God, and the Catholic church’s stringent interpretations of His laws — but rather than hide them behind a cloak of righteous certainty, he flaunts them with something like pride. He is, as a former governor of Alaska might say, a maverick. Read More
Sir Anthony Hopkins didn’t want to star in a “spinning heads” movie, much less slip into another creepy villain role so soon after last year’s “The Wolfman.” Read More