Today is Alfred Hitchcock’s day of birth. Happy birthday Alfred! Popcornography has been delving into old-school horror of late and has decided to dedicate a post to the father of horror on this auspicious day. Hitchcock has undeniably shaped the suspense and psychological horror film genres through his many great projects. Recently while re-watching The Birds and Vertigo, I came across these very interesting movie posters inspired by Hitchcock’s finest. The posters below are re-imaginings of Hitchcock’s masterpieces by design artist Laz Marquez. Today’s I see Dead Poster’s is my small gift to you Alfred. So happy happy Hitchcock and thank you for the Psycho shower scene that haunts me to this day.

Rear Window (1954)

Vertigo (1958)

Psycho (1960)

The Birds (1963)

For more on The Birds, one of Alfred’s latest endeavours, click here. You won’t be sorry.

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