Psycho   2/21/17
by Citizen Rules
Stefano was a new kid on the block and Hitch disliked working with new writers, so Stefano knew he had to sell Hitch on his story treatment.

Psycho   2/14/17
by seanc
I will never know but what it doesn't change is what I sacrilegiously find to be the best scene in the film, the dinner between Marion and Norman.

Psycho   6/16/16
by DalekbusterScreen5
Alfred Hitchcock's film does a nice exploration of the paranoia behind identity crisis and taking on another's appearance; when Norman Bates dresses as his mother, it's like watching a different character.

Psycho   12/15/15
by Gideon58
My recent viewing of the film Hitchcock motivated me to finally sit and down and watch the master's 1960 masterpiece Psycho, the groundbreaking psychological thriller/murder mystery that completely re-defined the career of the amazing Alfred Hitchcock, crowning him the King of Cinematic Suspense.

Psycho   10/10/15
by TheUsualSuspect
I watched this film with my wife, she had no idea what the twist in the film would be and fell for it hook line and sinker.

Psycho   7/28/15
by Nope1172
Many other Hitchcock films use lighting for dramatic purposes as well, such as Notorious and Rear Window, but none were used just as well.

Psycho   10/06/12
by Daniel M
Being a massive fan of Alfred Hitchcock and his work in such films as "Vertigo" and "North by Northwest" it was only a matter of time before I finally got around to watching Psycho.

Psycho   11/23/10
by MovieMad16
The hightlight of the film is Anthony Perkins as Norman Bates.

Psycho   11/09/07
by meatwadsprite
Visuals : The Bates Motel really comes to life , although it actually is a movie set - I thought it was on location filming.

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