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The Psycho Legacy 2010
Description: The cast and team of all four Psycho movies recall their time working on the influential horror series, and modern masters of horror reminisce on what the films stirred in them.
Released: 19 Oct 2010 Director: Robert V. Galluzzo Writers: Robert V. Galluzzo Actors: Jason Allentoff, Sharen Camille, Mike Cucinotta, Juliette Cummins Genres: Documentary
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Fifty years ago, Anthony Perkins stabbed and slashed his method into the hearts of audiences in Alfred Hitchcock's classic horror epic, "Psycho." Aside from being a landmark for cinema, "Psycho" is notorious for having quite possibly the most consistent and most respectable set of sequels, a fact often overlooked throughout the years. "The Psycho Legacy," an in-depth documentary from the same people who brought you "His Name Was Jason" and "Never Sleep Again: The Elm Road Legacy", attempts to shed some light on this fact. By compiling interviews old and fresh with assorted cast and team (as well as some long-time fanatics who have carved their own niche in the horror genre) "The Psycho Legacy" paints a colourful and informative picture of a franchise that deserves more respect beyond the usual praise garnered for its first installment.The meat and potatoes of the feature-length documentary are broken down into five parts. Opening with a surprisingly brief (and somewhat shallow) piece on Hitchcock's original, the documentary spends equal time on every of the three sequels, wrapping up with thoughts on Norman Bates himself, Anthony Perkins. Incidentally, the documentary skips over the 1998 shot-for-shot remake, which is a bit of a shame as even if the movie itself was a futile experiment in cinema, it is still rather note-worthy as a rarity in its own genre. While the bigger names such as Dennis Franz and Meg Tilly don't appear in the documentary, another key users such as Robert Loggia, Jeff Fahey, Olivia Hussey and Henry Thomas appear to be more than satisfied to present some love and help for their somewhat forgotten roles. Archive footage from Perkins, Janet Leigh, director Richard Franklin and others are intercut with the newer footage, while the documentary itself rejects the typical narration. Really, "The Psycho Legacy" is cute much just a series of interviews pieced together to say a story.Since none of the releases for the three sequels were accompanied by any premium material, it's quite a treat to finally have some light shed on these severely under-rated films. Those seeking the goods on Hitch's original would do better to look elsewhere, but for the rest of us, this documentary does the series justice. The 2-DVD set is rounded out with hours of deleted and extended material, which is now just as informative as the main documentary itself, if not moreso. While one can't support but feel like more should have been done with this documentary (such as reaching out to bigger names or covering much more ground) it is a satisfying venture regardless. The premium material is certainly worth a watch and even if you've seen the movies multiple times and have read up on them as much as possible, you'll likely learn something fresh here. In essence, "The Psycho Legacy" is something us Norman Bates fanatics can go a tiny angry for.


Retrospective horror franchise documentaries have become a well known trend in the horror category ever since HALLOWEEN:25 YEARS OF TERROR was released back in 2006.Since then we have gotten a lesser documentary on the Friday THE 13TH franchise and a wonderful documentary on the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET franchise.Now after 3 long years of difficult work,dedication and care we have THE PSYCHO LEGACY.The one and only detail length documentary on the PSYCHO franchise.Audiences were introduced to the franchise back in 1960 when the original Hitchcock masterpiece was released into theatres.It instantly became a horror classic.It made folks scared to take a shower and also scared of mother loving motel owners.PSYCHO changed the category forever and influenced a huge number of filmmakers like John Carpenter,Brian De Palma,Steven Spielberg,Martin Scorsese and more.Although PSYCHO is a landmark movie in not only horror history but also movie history in general, the sequels have everytime fallen behind in terms of attention and praise.As a difficult core PSYCHO fan, I everytime felt that PSYCHO 1-4 were all nice movies and much better than average horror sequels.I had the same desire that Robert Galluzzo had about wanting to know what happened on the sets of all the PSYCHO sequels.I wanted this documentary to exist and luckily Robg was smart and talented enough to create it happen.DOCUMENTARY: THE PSYCHO LEGACY opens instantly with the iconic sound of a shower running.Paul Ehlers gives an nice opening narration.The nice game sequence designed by Jon Maus brought a smile to my face as it is done in the very style of PSYCHO.He created outstanding graphics for the whole documentary.That made it even more worthwhile to watch.After the game sequence, the documentary begins off with today's horror filmmakers saying why the original PSYCHO is such an iconic film.And I think that's a nice method to begin off since there's been countless documentaries,books and articles about the original PSYCHO,so why repeat what PSYCHO fanatics already know? Right after that, we dive into the sequels. The documentary is jam packed with interviews with all kinds of PSYCHO alumni including Tom Holland,Mick Garris,Juliette Cummins,Hilton Green,Sharen Camille,Andrew London,Henry Thomas,Olivia Hussey and more! You receive a lot of interesting tidbits from each cast or team member interviewed. Obviously I don't wish to give anything away since some PSYCHO fanatics haven't seen it yet but trust me you will be very educated about the PSYCHO sequels after you watch this.Not only does THE PSYCHO LEGACY discover all four PSYCHO movies it also explores Anthony Perkins and his portrayal of the iconic horror hero known as Norman Bates.I thought that the documentary was a very loving tribute to him.Perkins was one of the nice actors of all time and he will be remembered not just for Norman Bates but also himself as a person.Diana Scarwid even teared up at the end of the documentary when talking about Anthony Perkins and how he is no longer with us.It came across that he was very necessary to a lot of folks and I thought that was one of the nice things about THE PSYCHO LEGACY.Overall, the documentary was fantastic.It was well place together,beautifully scored and brilliantly made.Robert Galluzzo could be very proud of what he has accomplished.He is actually apart of PSYCHO history. He place a lot of care and love into this project and he was very successful.Rating: 5/5SPECIAL FEATURES: Actually if the documentary wasn't enough, you have 3 hours worth of unique features.The 41 minute Anthony Perkins Q&A footage is really amazing!! I felt like I was right there at the 1988 convention watching him on stage.It was nice that Rob was able to receive that footage!! The extended and deleted scenes on Disc 1 were really interesting. You receive more nice stories from the PSYCHO alumni.I loved watching those!! "The PSYCHO Reunion Panel" was a disappointment since that featurette is nothing but audio and pictures but it's still interesting to watch. "A Tour of the Bates Motel" was also a disappointment since I saw that awhile ago on the official MySpace page."Revisiting PSYCHO II" was a nice featurette.It has Tom Holland and Andrew London going through cool PSYCHO II posters,blueprints,scripts,newspaper clippings and more that have been left behind by director Richard Franklin."Shooting PSYCHO II" was an informative interview with cinematographer Dean Cundey about what it was like to movie PSYCHO II."A Visit with PSYCHO memorabilia collector Guy Thorpe" was a wonderful featurette that shows nice PSYCHO memorabilia owned by a die difficult fanatic Guy Thorpe. He even owns the Mother corpse from PSYCHO II !! I'm very jealous!! "PSYCHO on the Web" was an interesting piece on Jason Allentoff's nice PSYCHO website. "Norman Bates in Print" was an nice featurette on Robert Bloch's PSYCHO novels.Without them we wouldn't have the PSYCHO franchise!! And finally"The Hyaena Gallery Presents: Serial Assassin Inspired Art" was disturbing but fun. Overall, the unique details were very pleasing to me as a PSYCHO fan. Rob was very constructive with them since he should only test footage from the films in the current documentary.I thought they were nice and as I told before very creative.Rating: 4/5With the nice documentary and nice unique features, what PSYCHO fanatic wouldn't like this? It's something that we've everytime wanted to see and because of Robert Galluzzo, we got to see it!! Rob was dedicated,determined and just cared deeply about this wonderful horror franchise and I really thank him for making this. THE PSYCHO LEGACY is a gotta have for PSYCHO fanatics everywhere!!


Universal has everytime ignored the sequels to "Psycho". While the Hitchcock original has everytime had nice DVD releases the sequels were treated poorly by the studio. No unique editions were ever done for those releases.Thankfully I am not the only fanatic of "Psycho II". Rob Galluzzo has produced this nice documentary about the "Psycho Films". Primarily it sticks to the sequels because the original has had many ebooks and DVD devoted to it. This documentary does what Universal failed to do. It gave us a documentary chronicling everything you would wish to know about the sequels. Cast and team interviews talk about everything you would wish to know. From casting to shooting to reactions that both the cast and public felt about every sequel. Made with such love and care that you hope Rob Galluzzo will create other documentary about other horror franchise! Please note after this documentary was made Scream Factory ended licensing the "Psycho Sequels" for Unique Editions on Home Video. If you love these movies then watch this documentary!



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