78/52 (2017): New Trailer For Documentary About Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho & That Infamous Shower Scene…

78:52 (2017)
78:52 (2017)

Directed by Alexandre O. Philippe, 78/52 is a documentary about the famous shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) which contains the screen murder that profoundly changed the course of world cinema. Alan Barnette, Justin Benson, Peter Bogdanovich and Jamie Leigh Curtis are among those featured…

I’m a Hitchcock fan and my favourite of his movies that I’ve seen is Rear Window (1954) and Psycho isn’t far behind. Watching 78/52 should be interesting for more reasons than the fact it’ll remind me of having seen and enjoyed Psycho, in a classroom years earlier.

78/52 Release Dates: October 13th, 2017 (US)…

Happy Film Loving


13 thoughts on “78/52 (2017): New Trailer For Documentary About Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho & That Infamous Shower Scene…”

    1. I sure did. It was part of my Media Studies course. I also watched Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream and Candyman in a classroom. The Shining could have been on that list but even my teacher at the time found it too scary to revisit. 😀

      1. Wow, I’m jealous. Although I don’t think The Shining is so much scary in the regular sense, but rather it is deeply disturbing on a subconscious level. Texas Chainsaw Massacre is worse visually!

      2. I’m not sure that I’ve watched a movie – scary or otherwise that’s ‘deeply disturbing on a subconscious level’ before. 😳 I guess I’ll save that for the brightest of bright sunny days and very early in the morning, one day. 😊

      3. The daylight won’t matter as much. A film like The Shining is not that scary initially. It’s when you find yourself thinking about it and feeling it months later you realize you’re doomed!

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