Psycho by Alfred Hitchcock (USA, 1960, 109 min.). Perhaps Hitchcock’s best known film, although not necessarily the one for which he should be best known, Psycho has been described as the mother of all horror films. This one has truly has it all: themes of corruptibility, confused identities, voyeurism, human vulnerabilities and victimization, the deadly effects of money, Oedipal murder, and dark past histories are revealed both symbolically and realistically through Hitchcock’s repeated use of visual motifs such as birds, eyes, hands, and mirrors.

Psycho will be screened on 35mm film.