Joan Fontaine, who won an Academy Award for best actress in director Alfred Hitchcock’s 1941 movie “Suspicion,” fanning a lifelong feud by beating her sister, Olivia de Havilland, for the honor, has died. She was 96.
The best horror books creep up on you. They're uncanny rather than startling, gut-wrenching rather than gross. It's not so much "What's behind the door?" as "After I open the door, will I ever be able to forget it?" Here, as a little Halloween chaser, are 13 books that do a nice, creepy job of freaking you out with finesse.
Alfred Hitchcock’s East London birthplace is soon to host a yearlong season of his films -- courtesy of a charity that has John Studzinski, senior managing director of Blackstone Group LP, as its chairman.
Mozilla Corp., the Mountain View, California-based developer of the Firefox Web browser, has taken a license to the patents of the Open Invention Network collaboration, according to a statement from the network.
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a federal law that gave copyright protection to millions of foreign-produced books, movies and musical pieces and may undermine Google Inc.’s effort to create an online library.