Big Screen Psycho

By sldiaz8
Written October 30, 2014
I've always loved this movie but seeing it on the big screen just enhanced its brilliance. There isn't anything I could say about Hitchcock that hasn't already been said. This was a great treat.
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wrong movie playing

By ccarpentet520
Written April 01, 2014
it wasn't Hitchcock, it was an anime witch had nothing to do with being there. refund please.
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Timeless Classic

By BossLady_F75
Written October 12, 2014
I will never grow tired of this film!
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The Classics are the best

By gymgirlslh
Written October 27, 2016
Took my 13 year old to see Psycho for the first time. Many people were seeing it for the first time. It was great to hear everyone jump and scream at the end. It may be old but it still does the job.
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By lugubriousthespian
Written November 29, 2008
Alfred Hitchcock's notorious PSYCHO still holds up amazingly well today. I've seen it well over 50 times and it never ceases to amaze me how anxious I get before the infamous shower scenes as well as in the mounting dread that the Master was able to so ingeniously build scene to scene. So many critics and film historians have plunged into the depths of all the film's supposed symbolism and foreshadowing, but I think just taken in as the visceral experience old Hitch wanted it to be on his viewing audience, you can easily just as well enjoy it on it's many base levels which is basically just to scare you silly. The claustrophobic feeling he creates from the very outset in the cheap hotel room never lets up - it follows the characters scene by scene as the impending fate of everyone coils up to the unrelenting suspense of the climax and even is the final eerie shot of Anthony Perkins in a near fetal position staring from the padded cell of the hospital. This fill will be immortal!
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