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 Scarlett Johansson stars in new Hitchcock clip: watch now
A new clip has been released online from Sacha Gervasi’s biopic, Hitchcock, in which the great director (Anthony Hopkins) tells Janet Leigh (Scarlett Johansson) how he plans to film the famous shower scene…

Scarlett Johansson stars in new Hitchcock clip: watch now

A new clip has been released online from Sacha Gervasi’s biopic, Hitchcock, in which the great director (Anthony Hopkins) tells Janet Leigh (Scarlett Johansson) how he plans to film the famous shower scene…

Anthony Hopkins stars in Hitchcock trailer: watch now
Hitchcock, the biopic of Sir Alfred that hones in on the period he made classic slasher Psycho, has been teasing with images and posters for some time now, and at last a trailer has arrived.

Anthony Hopkins stars in Hitchcock trailer: watch now

Hitchcock, the biopic of Sir Alfred that hones in on the period he made classic slasher Psycho, has been teasing with images and posters for some time now, and at last a trailer has arrived.

Scarlett Johansson and James D’Arcy star in new images from Hitchcock
A batch of new images has arrived from Hitchcock, Sacha Gervasi’s biopic of the Master of Suspense, and some of the transformations achieved by the cast are remarkable…

Scarlett Johansson and James D’Arcy star in new images from Hitchcock

A batch of new images has arrived from Hitchcock, Sacha Gervasi’s biopic of the Master of Suspense, and some of the transformations achieved by the cast are remarkable…

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30 Greatest Twist Endings
29. The Descent (2005)The Set-Up: An all-female group of spelunkers find themselves trapped underground when a cave-in blocks their way out. And surprise-surprise, they’re not alone down there…The Twist: After various thrills and spills, the last surviving member of the caving party finally finds her way out, bursting into sweet daylight and her salvation. Until she wakes up and realises she’s still trapped. D’oh!How Shocking? It’s a cruel, cruel twist. Too cruel for the American market, for whom the film finishes before the heroine awakens.

30 Greatest Twist Endings

29. The Descent (2005)

The Set-Up: An all-female group of spelunkers find themselves trapped underground when a cave-in blocks their way out. And surprise-surprise, they’re not alone down there…

The Twist: After various thrills and spills, the last surviving member of the caving party finally finds her way out, bursting into sweet daylight and her salvation. Until she wakes up and realises she’s still trapped. D’oh!

How Shocking? It’s a cruel, cruel twist. Too cruel for the American market, for whom the film finishes before the heroine awakens.

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40 Disturbing Movie Scenes
Psycho (1960)
The Scene: A slasher attacks Marion Bates (Janet Leigh) when she decides to Take a shower in the Bates Motel.
Look Away When:  The camera zones in on Marion’s lifeless, unseeing eyeballs. 
BBFC Reaction:  “Passed with cuts,” says the BBFC website, although the precise details of what went aren’t recorded.  What is known is that, in America, Hitchcock called the MPAA’s bluff by resubmitting exactly the same film after the censors demanded tweaks.

40 Disturbing Movie Scenes

Psycho (1960)

The Scene: A slasher attacks Marion Bates (Janet Leigh) when she decides to Take a shower in the Bates Motel.

Look Away When:  The camera zones in on Marion’s lifeless, unseeing eyeballs. 

BBFC Reaction:  “Passed with cuts,” says the BBFC website, although the precise details of what went aren’t recorded.  What is known is that, in America, Hitchcock called the MPAA’s bluff by resubmitting exactly the same film after the censors demanded tweaks.

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Psycho Shower Curtain
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Psycho Shower Curtain

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