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It's a hyperkinetic romp across the country filled with mistaken identities, unforgettable set pieces, and a purposefully-confusing, lovably silly plot.

Hitchcock would order a steak dinner, followed by an ice cream parfait, and repeat that order two more times in a night. Followed by a glass of brandy.

The Film Forum is screening Hitchock's Dial M For Murder in its original two-reel 3-D later this month, get your tickets now!

A church in Astoria is exploring the relationship between legendary director Alfred Hitchcock and "the Catholic Conscious" with a new, free film series!

Yesterday we revisited Sol LeWitt's altered aerial of "part of Manhattan," and

Photo by Alastair Muir. Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 black and white spy thriller

Known for her smoky voice and role as Bob Newhart's no-nonsense wife

Tom Snyder died today, at age 71, after losing a long battle

NYC Noir Film Forum Every now and then living in this teeming

It's that time of the year again: When Hollywood honors its moviemaking