Lush New International Trailer for “Hitchcock” (Opening November 23rd) Even More Fun To Watch!

Good Evening.

Here’s the newest theatrical trailer for “Hitchcock” (International version), and it’s even more fun than the debut trailer!  I think I saw “Red Foreman” as one of the studio ‘suits’ giving him a hard time. Dead-on (so to speak) casting of Tony Perkins, and while I’m not totally sold yet on ScarJo as Janet Leigh (who wrote a great autobiography that I heartily recommend) resemblance-wise, I’m sure male viewers won’t have a problem!


“It was the knife, that a moment later cut off her scream …and her head.”

November 23rd, huh? I really hope it has a wide release!

BIZZAM!!

Here we have the official international trailer for Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins as Alfred Hitchcock and Helen Mirren as his wife, Alma Reville.  This trailer focuses more on the relationship between him and his wife.  Everything I see from this film makes me want to see it more and more.  It looks amazing.  Have a look at the new trailer:

Hitchcock opens in limited release on November 23, 2012.  Hopefully they will roll it out wide sooner rather than later.

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Name That Horror Frame – Week of 11-12-2012 – Special Hitchcock Edition!

The Hitchcock   theatrical biopic that focuses on the making of Psycho  comes out sooner rather than later this month! It has to be better than HBO’s The Girl. It  was well made and well-acted, it was just very, very unpleasant to watch. See you next year, sex drive! I understand why you need to go away until Parker  comes out in January. Poor Tippi Hendren (and poor Alma Reville, though in at least one scene, they have separate beds).  That’s how I picked the theme for this week.

OK, These shouldn’t be too hard,; even if you haven’t seen a bunch of Alfred Hitchcock’s movies, I tried to find some fairly iconic images. All these DVDs I want to give away (last week’s update of the contest/giveaway rules can be found here). Oh, and in that previous posting, I pretty much spilled the name of one Thai horror anthology that I did another special edition of— they’re all from the same movie. Go back and look if you want, it’s pretty obvious, then put your answer in the “reply/comment” section.

And away we go…

I heard that scene was a NIGHTMARE to shoot …for the leading lady, that is.

Same leading lady, also no picnic for her to shoot…

and finally… this should ring a bell!

Welp, that’s all for this week’s contest. Put your answers below. Don’t everyone go wildly posting at once, though! 😉

Alfred Hitchcock's star on the Hollywood Walk ...