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psycho

n. a psychopathic person; a crazy person. Pat is turning into a real psycho.
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Dr Burnorium's Psycho Corn is available online at Amazon and from www.
The Hispanic Marion #3 soon succumbs to the assault, as in the original Psycho.
Then Psycho couldn't stand it any longer and left for Copenhagen, the cellar and the rats.
Next, is an influence that was not entirely made clear to me when I first read American Psycho.
He was best known for adapting Robert Bloch's novel Psycho, which director Alfred Hitchcock asked him to rework for the big screen.
Extending Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960) into a twenty-four-hour video projection, Douglas Gordon murders the possibility of suspense.
Few critical studies emphasize the sociology of violence in Hitchcock's films, remarkably neglected even in a work like Psycho (1960), a picture whose violence exerted considerable fascination on the American public in the 1960s-- and continues to do so today.
Jay was down-to-earth but definitely had that "psycho gleam" running in his eyes Most of the best skaters have a psycho gleam--the Cardiel look, like they could snap your neck in half at any given moment if they felt inclined.
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WRITER-DIRECTOR Mary Harron's rendering of Bret Easton Ellis' hypercontroversial novel American Psycho may be less interesting as a movie than as a cultural event, which seems to be the fate of a number of films in the age of Hollywood's intellectual bankruptcy.
It is extremely derogatory and damaging and it even makes you think of the Hitchcock film Psycho.
It's Halloween and it's time to spend time with our favorite horror movies, including classics like Psycho, and more recent scary movies, like the Saw trilogy.
ANYONE who has seen the classic Alfred Hitchcock horror movie Psycho will remember instantly the slashing string chords on the soundtrack as Janet Leigh is knifed to death in the shower of the Bates Motel.
Filmof forci hot the week Ps it and have g Focusing on making Psycho gives Hitchcock a strong structure that lets it rattle along with verve and wit.
The action of the film is set against the making of Psycho, one of Hitchcock's most famous films.