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Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho Alfred Hitchcock's 'Psycho', is the most well known, and widely regarded, his finest, film. Shot over three months in 1960, even by today's standards of technology incorporated in films, it is regarded as among the greatest horror movies so far, terrifying audiences for over 40 decades. Alfred Hitchcock created a masterpiece with Psycho, also bought the horror film into the modern era of dread. Psycho efficiently tells two stories. First; of Marion Crane, a youthful town banker who, on her lunch breaks, frequently matches her long time boyfriend, Sam Loomis, at a resort room. Struggling to break free and be with him, she owes $40,000 in money from a customer at her workplace, and tries to push to his hometown of Fairvale. In route, due to the amount of the journey, and bad weather conditions, Marion decides to stop at the 'Bates Motel' to get a night. This is where the secondary story, of Norman Bates and his 'mom', is juxtaposed with the very first. Marion arrives to find Norman Bates arguing with his mother. Afterwards, as she showers, Marion is stabbed repeatedly by the obscured figure of an older lady. Marion collapses and dies on the tile flooring. Norman, shocked, reluctantly clears the area and disposes of Marion's own body, possessions and automobile in a nearby lake. Meanwhile, Marion's sister Lila is alerted to the fact that Marion is missing, therefore is $40,000. She visits Sam and clarifies the situation. Detective Arbogast arrives, and notifies them that Marion is probably in Fairvale, and indicates they all work together to find her. After much searching, Arbogast arrives at the Bates Motel, and is highly suspicious of Norman Bat...