• ✨ e l e n a ✨

    ★★★★★

    even though the twist isn't as exciting after you've seen it once, the tension and suspense still grips you as if you're watching it for the very first time.

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  • hfc

    the dinner scene god damn

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  • Jason

    ★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Wow, what an experience. My second Hitchcock experience ever in 2 nights and I was as blown away as I was when I watched Vertigo.

    This movie starts off slower, smaller than Vertigo. I found it hard to stay very interested up until the arrival at Bates Motel. I found the first 20-25 minutes tedious, but thanks to foresight, it's pretty clear to me now how important that part of the movie is.

    I expected the famous shower scene to…

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  • Boggy Creek

    ★★★★★

    Psycho is a film so inexplicably dangerous to viewers. It's first act is an ingenious set-up; Alfred Hitchcock hooks in the audience only to throw them a colossal curve ball. Next, he shows them the 'real' picture, a murder-mystery both relentless and not. Suddenly, he intoxicates viewers with a jolt of revelation and dread. Hitchcock flattens their expectations and plays them like an organ. Psycho is the earliest form of 'film' I can think of that had the notion of…

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  • Wilco Born

    ★★★★

    Al een aantal films heb ik van Oscarmaagd Alfred Hitchcock gezien, maar geen een is zo bekend als Psycho (1960). Het nadeel aan zo'n enorme klassieker pas na 888 films te bekijken, is dat je al zoveel weet. En in een film als deze (een typisch Hitchcockse who-dun-it) is het juist leuk om zo min mogelijk te weten.

    Erg goed gemaakt. Ik ben vooral fan van de eerste helft van de film en de plottwist aan het einde. Grappig dat…

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  • Max McLachlan

    ★★★★

    Moral of the story: if anyone says their best friend is their mum, get outta there

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  • Anna

    ★★★★

    i feel so cheesy for loving psycho but also... how can you not

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  • haleyfeltner

    The film Psycho, directed by the notable Alfred Hitchcock is both a cinematic masterpiece and an incredibly confusing piece of work. This film follows short-lived protagonist Marion Crane, whom steals money from her work and decides to travel West in attempt to buy a private island for herself. On her journey west, Marion decides to stop at secluded Bates Motel, run by good looking antagonist Norman Bates and his possessive and pushy mother. Throughout the movie we are constantly reminded…

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  • Tim64

    ★★★★½

    The original stalk and slash movie.

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  • kaya 🍒

    ★★★½

    i felt like the story was so before its time but what do i know

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  • RhiwionFX

    ★★★½

    Screek...screek...screek. I need new speakers.

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  • Dan Doherty

    ★★★★★

    I was expecting substantial enjoyment to be taken away from knowing the twist beforehand. I expected incorrectly.

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