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Here is how Alfred Hitchcock's suspense makes your brain react

In a research conducted on the pulse rising movies of Alfred Hitchcock, scientists have revealed how suspense affects audience's brain.

Hitchcock, Chaplin, Tussaud in the run for new face of 20 pound bill

 Alfred Hitchcock, Charlie Chaplin and Marie Tussaud are among many others being considered to be the face of 20 pound note.People have put forward hundreds of international notable figures of visual arts to replace economist Adam Smith on the notes, with fashion designer Alexander McQueen, author and illustrator Beatrix Potter and sci-fi puppet show

Don't ignore symptoms of mental illness post trauma: Experts

A Kolkata-based former techie confesses to living with the corpse of his sister and two dead dogs for the past six months. Call it macabre or bizarre but mental health experts have sounded the warning bell on tackling post-traumatic mental health issues in India with greater sensitivity, urgency and a solid community support system.

Joan Fontaine's Oscar trophy to be auctioned

Joan Fontaine's Oscar trophy to be auctioned

Joan Fontaine's best actress Oscar trophy that she won for her role in Alfred Hitchcock's 1941 movie 'Suspicion' is slated to go under the hammer later this year.

Lal Jose eyeing Bollywood with `Diamond Necklace` remake

After giving four back-to-back hits in Malayalam cinema, popular director Lal Jose is in talks to remake his Fahad Fazil starrer `Diamond Necklace` in Bollywood.

The legendary Alfred Hitchcock and the 1938 Ashes series in England

Alfred Hitchcock, arguably the first great name in the genre of suspense and thrillers, was born on August 13, 1899. Abhishek Mukherjee looks back at his exaltation at realising that the events of a Hitchcock movie had coincided exactly with an Ashes Test.

Alfred Hitchcock`s silent films join UNESCO register

Alfred Hitchcock`s nine silent films are now added to the UNESCO UK Memory of the World Register.

House where Alfred Hitchcock wrote `The Birds` on sale for $1.4mn

The house where Alfred Hitchcock and Evan Hunter wrote the 1963 classic horror `The Birds` has hit the market in Pound Ridge, Westchester County, for 1.4 million dollars.

Helen Mirren `terribly wanted to be next Brigitte Bardot` as a teenager

Helen Mirren has revealed that she dreamt of becoming the next Brigitte Bardot when she was a teenager.

Alfred Hitchcock hated me: Helen Mirren

Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren says she and legendary director Alfred Hitchcock had a mutual dislike for one another after they met in the 1970s.

Don’t call me Mr Hitchcock, says Anthony Hopkins

Sir Anthony Hopkins has taken a dig at “miserable grump” method actors like Daniel Day-Lewis, by asking the film crew not to refer to him by the name of the character he is playing in Alfred Hitchcock’s biopic.

Want to make films like Hitchcock: Vishal Bhardwaj

Vishal Bhardwaj`s movies have the common theme of violence and suspense, and the director says he is obsessed with these two genres and wants to make films like Alfred Hitchcock.

Legendary director Alfred Hitchcock’s earliest film work released online

Acclaimed director Alfred Hitchcock’s earliest known surviving feature, in which he served as an assistant director among other credits, was released online on Thursday.

Hitchcock`s `Vertigo` topples Citizen Kane to top greatest movie poll

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 thriller ‘Vertigo’ has been named as the greatest film of all time by more the 800 film critics and experts.

Satyajit Ray`s Pather Panchali in greatest films list

Pather Panchali (Song of the Road) was made on a shoestring budget of Rs. 150,000 and featured mostly amateur actors but
it is Ray`s most famous film.

`Hitchcock` role came to Anthony Hopkins years ago

Actor Anthony Hopkins says that the offer to play legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock came to him several years ago.

Brain activity peaks during horror movies

Tense scenes like horror movies present prime conditions for peak brain activity, a new study has claimed.

Ian Fleming wanted Alfred Hitchcock to direct first Bond movie

A secret telegram has surfaced which shows that James Bond creator Ian Fleming wanted Alfred Hitchcock to direct the first 007 flick.

Alfred Hitchcock bombarded Tippi Hedren `with crude sexual overtures`

Tippi Hedren has revealed that Alfred Hitchcock had become dangerously obsessed with her during his 40-year career.

Mystery that prompted Hitchcock to make ‘The Birds’ solved

Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller ‘The Birds’ was apparently inspired by a ‘strange’ real life event, which occurred two years before the release of one of the scariest films in history.