Tag Archives: Psychological Thrillers

Mastering Psychotic: Hitchcock Influences On Directors And Their Films: Part 1

30 May

2nd. article in our 7 week series on Psychological Thrillers.

By  Parisienne

Alfred Hitchcock, the master of suspense, created over fifty films including Psycho, Rear Window and Vertigo.  The plots of his films meant to serve as decoys in order to better understand the psychosis of his characters.1 His influences have stayed with us long after his death.  Many directors pay homage to him in their films, but they are not always apparent. Let’s take a look at who they are!

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Top 10 Bestselling Psychological Thrillers for The Summer!

23 May

1st article in a 7-week series on Psychological Thrillers

 By Open Book

Inspired by our spin off site Page to Silver Screen. Linked in Hollywood decided to take a look at the bestselling psychological thrillers in the US.  Sure friends and family are great but there’s nothing like the companion of a good book at the beach. So to kick off the summer, Page to Silver Screen’s book of the month for June 2012 is Child 44.  In this article we will review the current Top 10 Bestselling Psychological Thrillers, plus give a quick synopsis and review of Child 44[1] to get you ready for the summer. So let’s get started!

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