The Hitchcock Zone is a collection of web sites and blogs relating to the life and career of director Alfred Hitchcock (1899–1980).
Included in The Hitchcock Zone is the Alfred Hitchcock Wiki (established 2003), which is the largest unofficial Hitchcock site on the web, with news, articles, books, image galleries, videos, interviews, details of DVD & Blu-ray releases, and much much more!
Latest Blog Posts
Next month marks the centenary of the birth of actor, producer and director Norman Lloyd! Lloyd's first major film role was in Hitchcock's Saboteur (1942), playing the role of "Fry". Later, he became an associate producer and director on... [read more]
Just as Hitchcock knew the power of publicity, advertisers knew the power of publicity that referenced Hitchcock. Here's an advertisement from the July 1960 issue of Modern Screen, featuring actress Vera Miles. The irony is that Miles... [read more]
This piece of news almost slipped me by, but Cohen Films and Finishing Post Productions have partnered with the British Film Institute to restore Jamaica Inn (1939). According to the press release (PDF): The restoration project... [read more]
If you want to complete your Alfred Hitchcock Presents and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour collections, then you need to look to Australia, where Madman Entertainment have released complete collections of both series. If you just want to... [read more]
I've just spotted that Elephant Films are releasing a batch of Hitchcock Blu-rays in France during October, including the British Film Institute's recent restorations of Easy Virtue (Le Passé ne Meurt Pas), Downhill (C'est la Vie) and... [read more]
I'm pleased to announce that Network UK are releasing Hitchcock's underrated 1937 film Young and Innocent on Bluray in January 2015! According to the early information on the Network site, the extras will be taken from the previous DVD... [read more]
From the September 1941 issue of Hollywood Magazine Alfred Hitchcock says "Actors are Cattle!" A Hitchcock film always bears its own peculiar trademark—one brief scene in which the famous director himself appears. Top left, he... [read more]