Tuesday Mar 4
Platinum Dunes' Remake of Hitchcock's 'The Birds' Lands a Director
Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes production company are at it again prepping to remake another classic film that's sure to have cinephiles howling in outrage.
Ain't It Cool News
Platinum Dunes' Remake Of the Birds Moves Forward With Director Diederik Van Rooijen
Horror remakes have been bad business of late, but that's not going to stop the retread-happy fellas at Platinum Dunes from pushing through their modern-day rendition of Alfred Hitchcock's THE BIRDS.
Hollywood Palms, Boulevard locations bring in celebs, which helps bring in crowds
Ted Bulthaup, owner of the Hollywood Blvd. cinema and theHollywood Palms cinema in Naperville, sits on top of a waterfall at the Naperville cinema.
Eight News Shopper stories that should be made into movies
Eight News Shopper stories that should be made to into movies . Last year Lewisham Hospital campaigners and Lewisham Council finally beat Jeremy Hunt in the legal battle to save the area's health services.
Trend Hunter Magazine
Cinematic Hitchcockian Lookbooks - The Americana Manhasset Spring...
The Americana Manhasset Spring 2014 lookbook is an extensive campaign that takes on the iconic films of Alfred Hitchcock.
Ornithologists say the region's few crow roosts should be embraced; others not so sure
On most winter nights, 30,000 to 40,000 crows fill Hill District trees overlooking Bigelow Boulevard.
Trend Hunter Magazine
Classic Film-Themed Posters - Artist Laurent Durieux has Created an...
Talented artist Laurent Durieux is a lover of classic cinema, and has recently created a series of striking movie posters for popular films.
Gallery: The Art of Laurent Durieux Opening at Mondo Gallery
If you've heard anything about Mondo , it probably involves some form of opposites: waiting around for long periods of time and split-second decisions.
Too scary for words
If there is one filmmaker everyone loves, from lowbrows to the most demanding cinema snobs, it's Alfred Hitchcock.
Dakota Johnson Wows in Elle Magazine, Dishes on 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
There are no shades of gray when it comes to actress Dakota Johnson. The 24-year-old, who's featured on the March 2014 cover of Elle Magazine , discussed her lack of inhibition when it comes to her starring in the film version of E.L. James' erotic novel, "Fifty Shades of Grey."