British born director Alfred Hitchcock, who died 30 years ago, still manages to keep audiences on edge. Colorado Public Radio film critic Howie Movshovitz says that when Janet Leigh takes a shower in “Psycho,” or James Stewart, in a cast from his waist down, spies upon his neighbors,” or a flock of birds attack schoolchildren, Hitchcock shows that he’s still the master of scaring us with the stuff of our own daily lives.
Click here for more film reviews.
You are one of the CPR readers who wants to know what is really going on these days.
We can help you keep up - The Lookout is a free, daily email newsletter with news and
happenings from all over Colorado. Sign up here and we will see you in the morning!