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    Psycho (1998)

    Hoping for a fresh start with her broke boyfriend, Marion steals a huge sum from her boss and skips town, eventually stopping at a remote motel. Unluckily, the hotel is run by an insane killer named Norman Bates.
    Duration: 105 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1998
    IMDb: 4.6
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  • Actors of "Psycho (1998)"

  • Characters of "Psycho (1998)"

    Norman Bates. Character of Psycho (1998)
    Played by: Vince Vaughn
    Marion Crane. Character of Psycho (1998)
    Played by: Anne Heche
    Lila Crane. Character of Psycho (1998)
    Played by: Julianne Moore
    Sam Loomis. Character of Psycho (1998)
    Det. Milton Arbogast. Character of Psycho (1998)
    Sheriff Al Chambers. Character of Psycho (1998)
    Tom Cassidy. Character of Psycho (1998)
    Played by: Chad Everett
    Caroline. Character of Psycho (1998)
    Played by: Rita Wilson
  • Directors of "Psycho (1998)"

    Gus Van Sant. Director of Psycho (1998)
    Gus Van Sant
    Birthdate: 24 July 1952, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
  • Creators of "Psycho (1998)"

    Robert Bloch. Director of Psycho (1998)
    Robert Bloch
    Birthdate: 5 April 1917, Chicago, Illinois, USA
    Joseph Stefano. Director of Psycho (1998)
    Joseph Stefano
    Birthdate: 5 May 1922, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Psycho (1998)"

    Godfrey Cheshire Variety
    March 26, 2009

    Contains nothing to outrage or offend partisans of the original, yet neither does it stand to add much to their appreciation.

    Derek Adams Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    Hitchcock probably wouldn't tell this story if he was making films today, and he certainly wouldn't tell it this way, with internal 'voices', back projection, minimal nudity and violence.

    Philip Wuntch Dallas Morning News
    January 01, 2000

    The film is polished when it should be edgy and impersonal when it should be seductive.

    Bob Fenster Arizona Republic
    January 01, 2000

    A lot less scary!

    Stephen Hunter Washington Post
    January 01, 2000

    Van Sant has cranked up the realism about 20 points, but somehow what he achieves for the effort is a larger sense of banality!

    Janet Maslin New York Times
    January 01, 2000

    It remains the most structurally elegant and sneakily playful of thrillers!

    Felix Vasquez Jr. Cinema Crazed
    October 23, 2013

    The cast is fantastic, sure, but they're wasted in a sea of redundancy.

    John A. Nesbit Old School Reviews
    April 25, 2013

    failed project

    Tim Brayton Antagony & Ecstasy
    December 01, 2012

    What Van Sant's film does, tremendously well, is make the material foreign again.

    Anton Bitel Little White Lies
    October 22, 2012

    a true labour of love, an homage in such deliriously infatuated thrall to its inspiration that it seems more arthouse folly than studio cashcow - or, to cite the psychiatrist near the end of Psycho, "these were crimes of passion, not profit."

    Emanuel Levy EmanuelLevy.Com
    August 07, 2012

    A futile, soulless shot-by-shot remake of Hitchcock's masterpiece.

    Rob Nelson City Pages, Minneapolis/St. Paul
    August 21, 2009

    Already my mother and I mourn the day when some AVID editor will dare to digitally tweak Vertigo, spinning it into a virtual romantic comedy starring computer-directed replicas of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.

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