It's mad to think that it's been 60 years since Alfred Hitchcock shocked the world with his groundbreaking horror film. Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the iconic movie.
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"The Hunt" producer and co-writer Damon Lindelof explains how the controversial new thriller was inspired by "Psycho" and "Scream."
What would Alfred Hitchcock think? The model is doing an ad campaign for a sex toy line, and the knife was replaced by a vibrator in this very modern "Psycho" shower scene redo.
Freddie Highmore talked to Yahoo TV about the difficulty of letting go of what is now his signature performance, about what he thinks are the biggest tragedies of the Bates family, and about the complexities of portraying a character who’s juggling multiple personas.
Executive producers Kerry Ehrin and Carlton Cuse broke down the "Bates Motel" series ender, including confirmation on what was ultimately a happy (and not originally planned) ending for Dylan and Emma, what the point of no return was for Alex Romero, and whether Norman’s fate was written before he was born, thanks to his mother’s tragic life.
The singer played Marion Crane, who checked into the Bates Motel in the previous episode. If the name Marion Crane sounds familiar, it’s because that’s the name of the original victim in Psycho, which the show is based on. This time, Norman Bates stabs Sam, because he broke Marion’s heart.
Were the results of the 2016 Election not quite what you expected? In 1960, the same year JFK narrowly defeated Richard Nixon to become the 35th President of the United States, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho hit theaters. When one woman on the lam finds herself at a secluded motel, she encounters the crazed motel manager, Norman Bates.
Warning: Storyline and character spoilers ahead for the “Norman” episode of Bates Motel.
She sure looked pretty lifeless as her weeping husband, Alex Romero, held her in his arms, but in a TV season that has seen lots of fakeouts with major character deaths (yeah, we’re looking at you, J. Snow), we would not bet our primetime dollars on seeing Norma Bates’s obit in the White Pine Bay newspaper. Of course, Bates star Freddie Highmore and showrunners Kerry Ehrin and Carlton Cuse have all the answers, and they’re sharing some of them with Yahoo TV. Read on for scoop about Romero’s continuing legal woes, the return of Chick, the shockingly “fun” season finale, and another confirmation that Season 5 will indeed be the last one we spend with the Bates family.
We’ve just been given a trailer for an upcoming remake of Cabin Fever, Eli Roth’s 2002 gross-out horror flick, and, boy, does it make us feel like it’s already Groundhog Day. Major déjà vu everywhere.
As Halloween approaches, Yahoo SuperFan is taking a look at the classic horror flick Halloween and the changes that were made in preproduction that shaped how it became the movie it is today. For instance, the mask of Michael Myers was originally envisioned as a sad-faced clown.