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Psycho shower scene documentary 78/52 lands distribution

Alfred Hitchcock's PSYCHO is one of the greatest horror movies ever made, with the shower murder of Janet Leigh's character Marion Crane being one of the most talked about scenes in cinema history. Even though this scene only lasts 45 seconds in the finished film, shooting it took up an entire week of PSYCHO's four week production schedule. It was brought to the screen...
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01.30.2017
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Top 10 Horror Movie Schizophrenics!

So, how many of you went and checked out SPLIT last weekend? Judging by the whopping $40 million it culled at the U.S. box-office, it would appear a whole lot of you guys and gals got down with M. Night Shyamalan's latest bona fide hit. Which, of course, got us to wondering... What is about schizophrenia or multiple personality disorder that's so damn unnerving? After-all, these sorts of...
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01.27.2017
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It's the Booze Talkin': Controversy is a great way to sell horror!

M. Night Shyamalan appears to be back. His latest feature SPLIT not only received critical praise, but the low budget thriller managed to pull in an especially impressive 40 million opening. That’s pretty fantastic considering the director has had more than a few detractors. Yet it isn’t all sunshine and puppies for Shyamalan. There was a time when the twist-happy filmmaker...
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01.24.2017
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Face-Off: Psycho vs. Dressed to Kill

There have been a lot of characters with multiple personalities in the horror genre over the decades, and M. Night Shyamalan is adding another one into the mix with this weekend's release of SPLIT. With that film coming out, this seemed like the appropriate time to take a look back at perhaps the most popular film about split personalities in the genre, Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 classic PSYCHO ....
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01.18.2017
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Top 10 Horror Movie Birds!

What is up friends and fellow Arrow in the Headers...we're less than a week away from Turkey Day. You believe that sh*t? What are your plans for the holiday? Booze, food, football, movies, more food...rinse and repeat? Damn fine plan if you ask us. So too is our scheduled Top 10 ahead. You see, in honor of the American past time that revolves around eating a stuffed bird, we're doing similar...
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11.18.2016
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Universal is developing a brand new Alfred Hitchcock anthology series

Alfred Hitchcock is a film legend, for pretty obvious reasons. Even teens born in 2000 (that's is a real thing, because time is horrifying) would recognize the name of the iconic, prolific director whose works have timeless thrills and chills. Universal realized they're sitting on a gold mine of Hitchcock history, so they have just made a deal with his estate,...
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09.28.2016
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Cool Horror Videos: Psycho and Jaws animated as old school games

Last July, YouTube user Toon Doom (a.k.a. Fernando Rangel) posted a video that condensed the story of Alfred Hitchcock's classic film PSYCHO down to just under four minutes by animating it as if it were an old school 16 bit video game. It's such a cool video that I'm including it in this article even though it's a year old, along with Toon Doom's latest release,...
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07.27.2016
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Top 10 Terrifying Movie Trains!

A quick show of hands, how many of you have ever traveled by train? It can be a pretty harrowing if not thrilling endeavor, no? Sure it can! Which is why the speeding locomotive has for decades been a fraught cinematic setting. And no, MONEY TRAIN doesn't count! In fact, opening next week is a cool sounding Korean zombie flick called TRAIN TO BUSAN, which obviously employs the titular track...
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07.15.2016
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The Test of Time: The Birds (1963)

We all have certain movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? Do they remain must see? So…the point of this column is to determine how a film holds up for a modern horror audience, to see if it stands the Test of...
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05.19.2016
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The Psycho house has been recreated in the Met's roof garden

One of the most popular attractions in New York City during the summer, the outdoor exhibit in the Metropolitan Museum of Art's roof garden will have an extra draw for genre fans this year. Commissioned to create something for the roof garden, British artist Cornelia Parker has come up with what she calls "Transitional Object (PsychoBarn)". Inspired by Edward Hopper,...
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04.19.2016
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Top 10 Creepy Movie Voyeurs!

Don't look now, but with the limited release of indie horror joint THEY'RE WATCHING this week, we began ruminating about all things cinematically voyeuristic. Not simple stalkers per se, but grossly perverted creeps and weirdos who tend to watch, look, spy, peep, keep close tabs on their obsessed subject before making some sort of dastardly play on their prey. You know the type, right? The kind...
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03.25.2016
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Original vs Remake: Psycho

Last week's was a rather intriguing edition of Original Vs. Remake , with both versions of THE AMITYVILLE HORROR finding support among the horror crowd. Both films are a mixed bag in my opinion, so the fact that our competition ended in a veritable tie isn't a major surprise. But we didn't ask who rocked the beard better, James Brolin or Ryan Reynolds? Maybe sometime in the future. This...
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06.17.2015
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