Psycho as part of the Alfred Hitchcock Retrospective presented by the Phoenix Film Society and Phoenix Art Museum
In anticipation of the new film from Fox Searchlight Pictures, Hitchcock, starring Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren, the Phoenix Film Society and Phoenix Art Museum will be screening two classic Alfred Hitchcock movies.
Up first is Psycho. Certainly Hitchcock's most unrelenting exercise in terror, Psycho remains one of the most terrifying films of all time. Countlessly imitated but never equaled, Psycho's tale of a strange young man and his possessive mother features the now-famous shower scene, the sinister Bates Motel, and the creepy house that overlooks it.
"Psycho is simply the best. Without having to qualify it in any way, Psycho is the greatest horror film that has yet been made." - Darrell Moore.
Museum Members arrive early for a chance to receive passes to a screening of Hitchcock
The next film in the series is North by Northwest on November 5th at Harkins Scottsdale 101 Theatre.Visit here for more information on that screening.
Phoenix Art Museum (Whiteman Hall) (View)
1625 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
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