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A new—and altogether different—screen excitement!

When larcenous real estate clerk Marion Crane goes on the lam with a wad of cash and hopes of starting a new life, she ends up at the notorious Bates Motel, where manager Norman Bates cares for his housebound mother.

Release Date : 22 Jun, 1960
Duration : 1h 49m
Horror Drama Thriller
Vote Average : 8.437 Vote Count : 9,275 Popularity : 48.047

Top Billed Casting



Original Language


Production Country

United States of America


$ 806,947


$ 32,000,000


A review by Gimly

Written by Gimly on 27 Oct, 2017

Required viewing. _Final rating:★★★½ - I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time._...

A review by Wuchak

Written by Wuchak on 20 Aug, 2018

“We all go a little mad sometimes. Haven't you?” A Phoenix secretary, Marion Crane (Janet Leigh), embezzles $40,000 and rashly flees town, ending up at a remote motel in Fairvale, California, where she encounters the eccentric Mama’s boy Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins). Mixed into this web i...

A review by tmdb56937092

Written by tmdb56937092 on 11 Dec, 2019

My most favourite film from the master of suspense. This psychological horror is widely considered to be the first ever slasher film. Powered by great performances from Anthony Perkins & Janet Leigh, and the outstanding score by Bernard Herrmann which adds such great tension throughout the film, ...

A review by JPV852

Written by JPV852 on 08 Sep, 2020

Amazingly, this is my first ever viewing, not sure why I waited so long, but finally got around to it. Great movie in every way from the performance by Anthony Perkins to the atmosphere, enjoyed every bit of this even though I basically knew the entire plot at this point since all iconic scenes and ...

A review by CinemaSerf

Written by CinemaSerf on 29 May, 2022

There is so much more to this film than just that famous scene in the shower - and so much of it belongs to the marvellous scoring of Bernard Herrmann. His ability to use those screeching strings, and the pace of his music does so much of the heavy lifting that gives this film a sense of accumulatin...