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Film Review: Psycho II (1983)

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SYNOPSIS: After twenty-two years of psychiatric care, Norman Bates attempts to return to a life of solitude… but the specters of his crimes — and his mother — continue to haunt him. REVIEW: โ€œGoodnight, Mary.โ€ The original film (directed by Alfred Hitchc**k in 1960) was essentially the first slasher film and, in turn, initiated a new avenue of horror that ...

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The Original Psychoโ€™s Anniversary

The Original Psychoโ€™s Anniversary by Margo Smith June 16th is the anniversary of the theatrical release of Alfred Hitchc**kโ€™s Psycho. A ground-breaking and disturbing horror-thriller, the movie has spawned a hoard of sequels and remakes, and inspired creepy graphic novels, television series and Halloween costumes since 1960. You have to appreciate a man in a gray wig and house dress, ...

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An Interesting New Way To Watch PSYCHO

Here’s an unexpected little treat. Director Stephen Soderbergh has done something incredibly cool. He took Alfred Hitchc**k’s amazing original and spliced it together with the Gus Van Zant remake and created something that is oddly mesmerizing. He calls it PSYCHOS and and it’s available to watch for free by heading on over to Mr. Soderbergh’s website. You can do that ...

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Dial “H” for HorrorNews.net – Hitchc**k Giveaway

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Enter to win your FREE copy of HITCHCOCK on Blu-ray in this really psycho giveaway from HorrorNews.net!ย  Email joyhorror@horrornews.net and put “Hitchc**k” in the subject line.ย  In the body of the email, please give your full name and complete address along with your favorite Hitchc**k movie. HITCHCOCK โ€“ AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY & DVD ON MARCH 12TH Oscarยฎ winners Anthony Hopkins ...

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Still ‘Psycho’ after all these Years – a movie overview

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WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS NUMEROUS DESCRIPTIONS OF THE PLOT Peripherally based on the real life character of Ed Gein, who killed two people in the 1950s and kept their body parts, the Alfred Hitchc**k film Psycho still resonates as one of the greatest horror films of all time, even 50 years after its 1960 release. Published shortly after the discovery ...

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