Ti West on PSYCHO (1998)
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The only way to watch Gus Van Sant's remake of Psycho with a fresh eye is to never have seen Hitchcock's irreplaceable original. That's because Van Sant's film is virtually an identical cousin of that 1960 classic using many of the same camera set-ups, albeit this time in color. Whether seen as a provocative post-modern deconstruction or an egregious waste of 60 million dollars, Van Sant's film is oddly suspense-free, even with Joseph Stefano's darkly comic screenplay and Bernard Herrmann's slashing violins still along for the ride. Now apparently having become a Heaven's Gate-like candidate for rehabilitation, this was given another recent reappraisal courtesy of the Village Voice. As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over on the Trailers From Hell mothership: http://www.trailersfromhell.com What's that podcast, you ask? Why, it's THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME, where you can join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and TFH Fearless Leader Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-movies-that-made-me/id1412094313 Spotify: http://spotify.trailersfromhell.com Libsyn: http://podcast.trailersfromhell.com Google Play: http://googleplay.trailersfromhell.com RSS: http://goo.gl/3faeG7
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