Few films have managed to keep their spotlight burning quite like Alfred Hitchcock’s legendary Psycho. Even decades later, the film can be found on numerous top ten lists from critics and fans alike. Recently our friends at Open Road Media sent the following video our way! Dig it!
“When I wrote the book, what I really wanted to do was evoke the era that the movie was created,” recalls author Stephen Rebello, whose book Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho is being adapted for the big screen, starring Sir Anthony Hopkins as the famous director.
“In many ways I think Psycho anticipated a sea change in the culture,” Rebello says, explaining how the horror classic inspired generations of filmmakers. Check out the video below, and look for more soon!
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