Psycho (1960)

Despite that clunky exposition dump at the end and lots of driving shots with voice-over (this could easily be hacked down to a lean, mean 90 mins), Psycho is still the grandaddy. It’s all in the little things too, like when the camera looks up at Perkins’ throat as he leans over the register while Arbogast is snooping and the skull over his face at the end. You know some people actually hold the opinion that Hitchcock is overrated? I suppose we all go a little mad sometimes.

Watched on blu-ray

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