Psycho is a landmark of horror cinema. One of Alfred Hitchcock’s most acclaimed films, its influence is difficult to overstate. Directed by Hitchcock from a script by Joseph Stefano, it is the story of Norman Bates – a motel owner with mother issues and a violent side – and Marion Crane – the luckless secretary who stumbles across the Bates motel one rainy night.
A stonecold classic, and featuring posssibly the most iconic scene in movies, we’re driving to Fairvale, California to discuss one of Hitchcock’s best.
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