Wed, 21 October 2015
In 1960, famous filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock took a daring gamble with his career when he decided to adapt Robert Bloch's novel Psycho into one of the first auteur-helmed horror films. This gamble changed not only how the genre was perceived to be, but how movies were to be marketed forever. But does the story of a troubled young woman, an envelope full of cash, and an introverted motel owner worthy of the iconic status it has earned or should stay home with Mother? Eric, Kent & Lobster check in to find out.
Music: "Long Note Four" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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