Mashup Of Hitchcock's Original Psycho And Van Sant's Remake

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Psycho changed the way audiences saw movies back in 1960, which is exactly what Hitchcock was going for according to the recent biopic, but that same kind of revolutionary response proved to be too much for Gus Van Sant to hope for with his 1998 remake.

But what happens when the two films are combined, classic and panned remake coming together in a surreal feature-length mashup? Steven Soderbergh decided to address that question with his hybrid horrorfest called Psychos, which you can watch here.

Soderbergh's version bounces between the two films, with the occasional superimposed stacking of the two for artistic appeal, and he posted it to his site Extension 765 with the explanation “This post comes from a place of ‘total affection, openness, and honey bought directly from a beekeeper.’”

-Via /Film

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