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Hitchcock - The Shower Scene in Storyboards (00:55)

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"See storyboards come to life as Alfred Hitchcock (Anthony Hopkins) films one of the most iconic scenes in cinematic history-- the shower scene from Psycho."

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Psychological thrillers provide more depth to the horror genre - Daily Athenaeum

Psychological thrillers provide more depth to the horror genre
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Horror contains many sub-genres: everything from gory, slasher films to the paranormal and supernatural.

 

The main character sometimes serves as an unreliable narrator, and their paranoia and disturbing thoughts are the enemy.  

This genre explores the sickest and darkest aspects of the human psyche, and for that reason, the fear it creates often sticks with the viewer much longer than a chain saw wielding, homicidal maniac ever could.

 

Most of Alfred Hitchcock’s movies make the cut in this category, most notably the 1960 film “Psycho.” In this classic movie, mild-mannered hotel proprietor Norman Bates leads a double life. 


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10 Great Psychological Thrillers

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I have always loved psychological thrillers -- the plot twists, the stunning character reveals, the eerie settings....


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Our growing appetite for 'chick noir' - Telegraph.co.uk

Our growing appetite for 'chick noir' - Telegraph.co.uk | Pyschological Thrillers | Scoop.it
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Our growing appetite for 'chick noir'

 

“I'd define 'chick noir' as psychological thrillers that explore the fears and anxieties experienced by many women,” Whitehouse says. “They deal in the dark side of relationships, intimate danger, the idea that you can never really know your husband or partner or that your home and relationship is threatened. In these books, danger sleeps next to you. Marriage is catnip for writers of psychological suspense because it's such a private, intimate relationship.”


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Mary Daniels Brown's curator insight, January 16, 2014 12:02 PM

The article attributes the origins of "chick noir" to "Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn and "Before I Go to Sleep" by S. J. Watson.

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Another sign that #chick #lit isn't dead.... 

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The Evolution of the Psychological Thriller | FilmTrailers.net

The Evolution of the Psychological Thriller | FilmTrailers.net | Pyschological Thrillers | Scoop.it
Psychological thrillers have continued to be popular throughout the history of motion pictures and include some of the most iconic films to date.

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Something to mess with your head: the psychological thrillers of Spring 2013

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Something to mess with your head: the psychological thrillers of Spring 2013

Engaging central characters are a crucial ingredient of a gripping psychological thriller.


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25 Great Psychological Thrillers That Are Worth Your Time

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Described as a story which emphasizes the psychology of its characters and their unstable emotional states, the following films are benchmarks for what a successful psychological thriller should a

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