Happy Psycho Day everybody!
That's right, December 11 is the date that appears over the downtown Phoenix skyline at the beginning of the 1960 Hitchcock classic Psycho, one of my all-time favorite movies, before the camera peeks inappropriately into a window to show John Gavin and Janet Leigh sharing an afternoon tryst. The fine folks at FilmBar Phoenix, situated not far at all from the area seen in that opening shot, celebrate the auspicious occasion this evening at 7 p.m. with a showing of the film.
Check out my Phoenix Magazine column noting the event, along with my reviews of Alfonso Cuaron's superb Roma and Swimming With Men, a Britcom starring Rob Brydon.
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Posted by M.V. MOORHEAD at 12:52 AM
Labels: ALFONSO CUARON, ALFRED HITCHCOCK, FILMBAR, JANET LEIGH, JOHN GAVIN, PHOENIX MAGAZINE, PSYCHO, ROB BRYDON, ROMA, SWIMMING WITH MEN
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