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Psycho Colorized (1960)
A Phoenix secretary embezzles $40,000 from her employer’s client, goes on the run, and checks into a remote motel run by a young man under the domination of his mother.
Joseph Stefano(screenplay by)Robert Bloch(based on the novel by)
Anthony PerkinsJanet LeighVera Miles
I am a huge fan of Hitchcock, and have really liked all of the movies of his I have seen so far. My top 5 favourites are Vertigo, North By Northwest, Rear Window, Rebecca and this masterpiece. Before I saw this, I considered Vertigo as his masterpiece. After seeing this movie, I think Psycho outshines Vertigo.
Psycho is a film that you see once and never forget, and one of the few movies out there that has left me traumatised. The infamous shower scene is without doubt one of the most terrifying murder scenes in any film. When I first saw that scene on the 100 Greatest American Films, I was so terrified and I admit it I have never recovered. I had a similar experience watching the Disney film Sleeping Beauty with Maleficent enticing Aurora to the spinning wheel, and Mrs Gulch turning into the Wicked Witch in the Wizard of Oz.
The shower scene isn’t the only effective or chilling scene in the film- in the events leading up to that scene I was biting my nails. The scene with the old woman in the chair also made me jump out of my skin. The whole of Psycho is terrifying, suspenseful and shocking. Two elements made this so. One was Hitchock’s direction. The great director proves how truly great he is by directing Psycho in a masterful way, and manages to deliver the shocks when needed.
The other is Bernard Hermann’s music. What a creepy score! I loved his score for Vertigo and Miklos Rozsa’s for Spellbound, but the high violin motif in the shower scene is the main reason why that scene in particular is so effective. I admit it, when I hear that motif, I start screaming. There is just something about it that makes your blood run cold.
Other pros are a good plot, a well constructed screenplay and beautiful black and white cinematography that is perfect in conveying the creepy mood. And the ending did surprise me. The acting though was exemplary, with Janet Leigh giving one of the deservedly most memorable female performances in a Hitchcock movie, and Vera Miles also giving a stellar performance. Stealing the film is Antony Perkins as Norman Bates, he didn’t just play creepy, he WAS creepy, his face, his voice, his mannerisms.. in short it is one of the most chilling performances of all time. All in all, a Hitchcock masterpiece! 10/10 Bethany Cox
PSYCHO truly is an excellent film, a movie which, along with the same year’s PEEPING TOM, managed to kick start a new genre of psychological thrillers which continues to this day. It’s perfectly made, with an excellent story (thanks to the reliable schlockmeister Robert Bloch), a great script adaptation, and assured direction from Hitchcock.
It’s hard to know what stands out here the most: the brooding cinematography, in which features such as the Bates Motel become characters in their own right, or Anthony Perkins’s most famous role. Perkins encapsulates Bates perfectly, making him a bogeyman far more frightening than the OTT fantasy creations of a Freddy Krueger or Jason Vorhees.
Watching it today, it’s tough to imagine sitting through it without knowing the various twists beforehand, but they must have been mind-blowing to newcomers. And one of the things I like best is that the film is already great, and thrilling, even before the action shifts to the Bates Motel. Add in a great Martin Balsam performance and you have one of the greatest masterworks of 20th century cinema, in my humble opinion.
(original title) Psycho
Argentina (video title) Psicosis de Alfred Hitchcock
Belgium (French title) Psychose
Belgium (Flemish title) Psychose
Bulgaria (Bulgarian title) Психо
Canada (French title) Psychose
Canada (English title) Psycho
China (Mandarin title) 惊魂记
Finland (Swedish title) Psycho
Greece (transliterated title) Psyho
Hong Kong (Cantonese title) 觸目驚心
India (Hindi title) Psycho
India (English title) Psycho
Indonesia (English title) Psycho
Iran (Persian title) Ravani
Israel (Hebrew title) Psycho
Japan (English title) Psycho
Japan (Japanese title) サイコ（1960）
Netherlands (video box title) Psycho
Singapore (English title) Psycho
Soviet Union (Russian title) Психо
Spain (Catalan title) Psicosi
Turkey (Turkish title) Sapık
United Arab Emirates Psycho
UK (complete title) Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho
West Germany Psycho
World-wide (English title) Psycho
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