"she wouldn't even harm a fly" ...........the moment he broke the fourth wall...........
Hooptober 4.0: #1 - Terrible Oversight, Pre-1970 Film (1 of 6)
Everyone knows who Norman Bates is. Everyone knows about the shower scene and its music. Everyone knows who the killer is. And yet, there's a lot of stuff about this movie that no one ever talks about!
Right from the start, the opening theme raised some alarms - where had I heard this before? It's the Re-Animator theme song! (Or rather, the Re-Animator theme song is an almost exact…
A weekend full of Hitchcock movies has to end with Psycho!
I feel like this movie is attacking me personally. I DONT HAVE MOMMY ISSUES LEAVE ME ALONE!!!
AFI Film #1; Psycho
Yeah, sorry I'm going way out of order on this but my family wanted to watch this tonight because halloween time. Plus, it was a chance to rewatch one of my all time favorites so of course I'm gonna watch this.
I used to hate horror movies as a kid. Like despise them. I thought they were just feeding to humanities worse instincts and why would people enjoy watching people suffer?
One day, in 8th Grade,…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
”We all go a little mad sometimes.”
Young Marion Crane is trapped in a grey existence. She has a secretarial job with little prospects for improvement and a relationship with a man she can only see while hiding in a filthy hotel room. Everything could be solved with a little extra money. While it’s true that it wouldn’t bring her absolute happiness, it would help her to get a little closer to it. Marion could formalize her relationship and marry…
Shower scene on point.
The stabbing bit feels a bit corny, but other than that, it 100% holds up. Surprised the twist hasn't been ruined for me all this time.
Explanation at the end felt a bit too expository until the VERY end.
Loved the soundtrack.
Surprisingly accurate explanation of transvestites.
Psycho is an interesting beast because it's probably Alfred Hitchcock's most famous movie while also not being completely representative of Hitchcock's body of work. I mean, the film isn't a total abberation. Psycho certainly displays Hitchcock's abilities as the master of suspense, features some of cinema's all-time greatest set-pieces, and is also wrapped in classic Hitchcock themes of voyeurism, violence, and sexual obsession. And yet, Psycho still feels unique. The film is a much lower-budget than the Technicolour extravaganzas Hitchcock…
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I had somehow forgotten that Anthony Perkins is an absolute genius in this.
This was the first movie of vintage hollywood that I saw.
Perhaps the best horror-thriller of that era as it has great potential to scare out of wits!!!!!
This movie was an example to me a living being can horrify more than a ghost!!!!
I loved it,this is now one of my favourite movies and after watching it,I swear you can't deny the goodness of this masterpiece.