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The Black Hole (1979)

I don’t know why in the world I never saw Disney’s The Black Hole in theaters as a kid, but I had about thirty of the bubblegum cards and convinced myself it was going to be one of the all-time greatest movies ever. 604 more words


Suspense Saturday: Psycho

Often seen as a precursor to the modern horror/slasher film, Psycho is one of Hitchcock’s most known films among modern audiences. Shot in black and white after Hitchcock already used color and technicolor in previous films, Hitchcock made a deliberate choice that added to the atmosphere of the film. 351 more words


#SummerOfSlash 2017: Psycho II

Let me start by saying if you haven’t seen the sequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece, Psycho, please rectify that immediately. It barely missed being in my… 190 more words


The immobile phone

Do you remember the simple thrill of having to stand in one place when you were on the telephone? Before the arrival of intrusive use-anywhere models, you actually had to run and answer a call – “Coalport 1234!” 146 more words


The Consequences of Acting on Impulse: Psycho (1960)

An impulse is “a sudden strong and unreflective urge or desire to act.”1 In Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960), Marion Crane (Janet Leigh) makes an impulsive decision: She steals $40,000 from Tom Cassidy (Frank Albertson) and plans to run away. 318 more words

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Movie - Psycho [REVIEW] - She Wouldn't Even Harm A Fly

IMDB Rating: 8,5/10
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Writer: Robert Bloch
Stars: Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles

Psycho is a movie with a great story. 477 more words