Psycho

Perhaps no other film changed Hollywood's perception of the horror film so drastically as did PSYCHO. Nowadays, when any psychological thriller featuring a loony with a knife is designated "Hitchcockian" in some quarters, it's easy to forget just what a dramatic change of pace this was for Hitchcock. Though renowned for stories of murder, intrigue, and...read more

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Psycho - Official Trailer
06:31 — A beautiful embezzler meets up with mama's boy Norman Bates in the grand- daddy of all horror films.
Psycho - Trailer
00:31 — A beautiful embezzler meets up with mama's boy Norman Bates in the grand- daddy of all horror films.
Psycho - Trailer
00:44 — A beautiful embezzler meets up with mama's boy Norman Bates in the grand- daddy of all horror films.
Psycho
02:08 — A beautiful embezzler meets up with mama's boy Norman Bates in the grand- daddy of all horror films.
(Movie Clip) These Extended Lunch Hours
Watch Psycho (1960) -- (Movie Clip) These Extended Lunch Hours
(Movie Clip) Cabin Number One
Following the murder (in the shower) of Marion (Janet Leigh, not seen), evidently by his crazed elderly mother, lonely motel manager Norman Bates (Ant (more…)
(Movie Clip) Of Course I'm Glad To See You!
We had little idea Marion (Janet Leigh) would make off with the $40,000 cash her boss gave her for safe keeping, imagining what her debt-ridden lover (more…)
(Movie Clip) We All Go A Little Mad
Having fallen into an intense impromptu discussion, especially about institutionalizing his disturbed mother, nervous Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) h (more…)
(Movie Clip) Nobody Ever Stops Here
Panicked because she s stolen $40,000 from her employer, Marion (Janet Leigh) has wandered off the main road in a rainstorm and found the Bates Motel (more…)

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  • Review: Perhaps no other film changed Hollywood's perception of the horror film so drastically as did PSYCHO. Nowadays, when any psychological thriller featuring a loony with a knife is designated "Hitchcockian" in some quarters, it's easy to forget just what a dr… (more)

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