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One of the most shocking films of all time, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is now available on Blu-ray featuring perfect picture, a newly created 5.1 audio track and bonus features that take you beyond the movie! Join the Master of Suspense on a chilling journey as an unsuspecting victim (Janet Leigh) visits the Bates Motel and falls prey to one of cinema’s most notorious psychopaths - Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins). Named #1 on the AFI’s 100 Years…100 Thrills list, this notorious film has become a cultural phenomenon. Featuring one of the most iconic scenes in film history - the famous “shower scene”, Psycho is “still terrifying after all these years” (Leonard Maltin’s Classic Movie Guide).

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Consumers who purchased the 1998 Collectors' Edition DVD of Psycho will already be familiar with most of the extra content on this Blu-ray, but the sheer quality of the material makes the repeat purchase entirely tolerable. Nearly every aspect of Psycho's production is covered in the supplemental features; the "Making of Psycho" provides an excellent overview through interviews with most of the surviving participants (as of 1998), including Janet Leigh, screenwriter Joseph Stefano (The Outer Limits), editor Paul Hirsch, and Hitchcock's daughter, Patricia, who also appears briefly in the film. Stefano in particular provides exceptional insight into working with Hitchcock and translating Robert Bloch's dark source material into film. Other previously released features include the scholarly commentary track by Hitchcock authority Stephen Rebello; Hitchcock's radio interview with François Truffaut; newsreel footage of the film's release in 1960, with the director's famous admonition that no one be admitted late to a showing; and Saul Bass's storyboards for the shower scene, which is also covered in a three-minute bit that shows the strength of Bernard Herrmann's score in the set piece. The new material is comprised of "In the Master's Shadow: Hitchcock's Legacy," in which a wealth of directors, from Martin Scorsese and William Friedkin to Guillermo del Toro and Eli Roth, discuss the impact of Hitchcock's work on their respective careers. There's also a brief look at how the film's sound was remastered for Dolby 5.1, as well as galleries of poster art and several rerelease trailers and TV spots. --Paul Gaita

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  • Aspect Ratio ‏ : ‎ 1.85:1
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • MPAA rating ‏ : ‎ R (Restricted)
  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6.5 x 5.25 x 0.25 inches; 3.2 Ounces
  • Director ‏ : ‎ Alfred Hitchcock
  • Media Format ‏ : ‎ Blu-ray, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, AC-3, Widescreen
  • Run time ‏ : ‎ 1 hour and 49 minutes
  • Release date ‏ : ‎ October 19, 2010
  • Actors ‏ : ‎ Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, John Gavin, Janet Leigh
  • Subtitles: ‏ : ‎ French, Spanish
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), English (DTS-HD 2.0), French Canadian (DTS-HD 2.0)
  • Studio ‏ : ‎ Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B003IWZ1D8
  • Number of discs ‏ : ‎ 1
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5.0 out of 5 stars IS THERE A NEW BLU-RAY TRANSFER OF PSYCHO? + Blu-Ray Filmography of Hitchcock
By John Fowler on July 1, 2017
This is the fourth time Universal has released ‘Psycho’ on Blu-ray.
The first three had different covers (see photos), but the contents were identical (see the end of this review for my original review).
The new “60th Anniversary Edition” Blu-ray, released in 2020, finally offers something different: The original uncut version.
There are two unique versions of Psycho on the new Blu-ray
(also available on 4-K Blu-ray, see below)
Both versions give the viewer a choice of Hitchcock’s original mono soundtrack (2.0) or a newly created surround (7.1) home theater extravaganza (the three previous Blu-rays were in 5.1 surround).
--- First home release of the “uncut” version (aka the 60th Anniversary Version) that disappeared shortly after initial screenings in 1960, and was only recently discovered hiding in Germany (more about the uncut version later).
--- The general release version (previously released as the 50th Anniversary Version).

To make sure the Blu-ray you are ordering is the 60th Anniversary Edition, copy and paste in the Amazon Search bar:
“ Psycho 60th Anniversary Blu-ray ”

I was really excited about the uncut version.
After viewing it, my excitement has cooled somewhat (though I’m still glad I bought it).
Both the old 50th Anniversary version and the new 60th Anniversary version are included on the new Blu-ray.
The old version is 1 hour, 48 minutes, 51 seconds.
The new version is 1 hour, 49 minutes, 04 seconds.
This is a 13 second difference.
Three scenes are slightly altered:
-- @ 44:44 Janet Leigh is undressing for the shower. There is a two second shot where she removes her bra, but it is shot from an angle where we can’t see her breasts, so there was little need to edit it in the first place (see black and white photo).
-- @ 53:06 Norman Bates stares at the blood on his hands and takes much longer washing his hands than in the older version.
-- @1:17:47 Martin Balsam is attacked and falls down the stairs. Mother then stabs him three times while he is lying on the floor, versus just one stab in the older version.

I was expecting cuts in the shower scene (no pun intended) - the most controversial scene in the movie - but it is identical in both versions (2 minutes, 38 seconds).
Kind of a letdown, but the new version can still accurately be described as the longest version on Blu-ray.
All the bonus features (quite a lot) are carried over from the old Blu-rays.
I thought Universal would at least have produced a new featurette about the restored scenes, but they passed on the opportunity.
All versions have English SDH subtitles.

Universal has been remastering all their Hitchcock films in 4-K since at least 2010.
But when they were transferred to standard Blu-ray (like this), the transfers were dumbed down to the earlier Blu-ray standard (still a big improvement over DVD).
If you can afford a 4-K Television and 4-K Blu-ray player, you should certainly consider the newly released eight-disc boxed set (four 4-K Blu-rays + four standard Blu-rays) from Universal:
Copy and paste the following phrase in the Amazon search bar:
The Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection 4-K Blu-Ray
Four Hitchcock films make their 4-K debut in this box: ‘Rear Window’, ‘Vertigo’, ‘Psycho’ and ‘The Birds’ (though only ‘Psycho’ has new material).
Amazon is selling it for $60 which is quite a bargain.
The only thing I don’t like about it is that it comes packaged in the thick cardboard “Little Golden Book” format with minimal protection for the discs.
The 4-K versions of 'Psycho’ and 'The Birds' have now been released as singles.
'Rear Window' and 'Vertigo' can't be far behind.

Before 2020, Universal issued ‘Psycho’ on blu-ray three times, each time with a different cover (see photos)
Version A: [[ASIN:B00J2R3W52 Psycho (1960) [Blu-ray]] “50th Anniversary Edition”
Version B: [[ASIN:B00MN9PQ8C Psycho (1960) - Limited Edition Steelbook (Blu-ray + DIGITAL HD with UltraViolet)] “Steelbook Edition””
Version C: [[ASIN:B01FUYRK6C Psycho (1960) [Blu-ray]] “Collectible Pop Art Edition”
Two obvious questions:
1) Did Universal add any deleted scenes or bonus features that were missing from the first blu-ray?
2) Is version B or C a new digital transfer?
--- Unfortunately, the answers are No and No.
This is pure cynicism on the part of Universal.
All three blu-rays are identical.
Only the covers are different.
-- The “Steelbook Edition” simply means that the blu-ray comes packaged in a steel case instead of a plastic case.
It will survive a nuclear holocaust, but if you drop it, it will get dented and look crappy.
-- Unless you are an aging hipster, the “Collectible Pop Art Edition” is beneath contempt.
So get the new “60th Anniversary Psycho Blu-ray” (or the 4-K Blu-ray if you have the equipment to play it).

Alfred Hitchcock directed 56 feature films (not counting short subjects).
---- 'The Mountain Eagle' (1927) is a lost film.
---- 'Blackmail' (1929) is counted twice - it was Hitchcock's final silent film, and was also filmed as his first talkie.
---- 'Aventure Malgache' and 'Bon Voyage' (1944) are not feature films. These were French-language propaganda shorts (combined running time: 57 minutes) produced during World War II. Available on DVD [[ASIN:B00000G0DM Alfred Hitchcock's Bon Voyage & Aventure Malgache]] or Amazon Prime Video.

In the following list I give preference to Blu-ray over DVD, and to Region 1 (US) over Region 2 (Europe), but sometimes this was not possible:
The best copies of ‘The Pleasure Garden’ (1925), ‘Elstree Calling’ (1930) and ‘Number 17 (1932) are on Region 2 import DVDs.
The best copies of ‘Sabotage’ (1936) and ‘Young and Innocent’ (1937) are on Region B import Blu-rays.
There are no really good copies of ‘Easy Virtue’, ‘Juno and the Paycock’ or ‘Secret Agent’ - my stopgap recommendation is the Mill Creek four-DVD box which is inexpensive if nothing else.
A region-free Blu-ray player is a good investment.
They cost about $150 on Amazon or Ebay.
Under Electronics, look up “region free Blu-ray player”.
- or you can watch Region 2 DVDs (but not Region B Blu-rays) on your computer’s DVD drive.


All nine surviving silent films received new 4K restorations by the British Film Institute (BFI) in 2012.
---- seven of these 2012 restorations are now on Blu-ray.
---- two are not yet on Blu-ray: ‘The Pleasure Garden’ and ‘Easy Virtue’ - for updates, sign up for the Brenton Films Hitchcock e-mail list. See Comment One (sort by "Oldest").
1925 [[ASIN:B0032O66F4 The Pleasure Garden [Region 2]] (Region 2 Europe DVD)
1927 The Mountain Eagle - LOST FILM
1927 [[ASIN:B06XP1WFQF The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (The Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray]] - BFI restoration (coupled with ‘Downhill’)
1927 Downhill [Blu-ray] - BFI restoration (coupled with ‘The Lodger’ (1927) on Criterion Collection)
1927 The Ring [Blu-ray] - BFI restoration in [[ASIN:B07XR5HT4R Hitchcock: British International Pictures Collection [Blu-ray]]
1928 Easy Virtue - in MILL CREEK BOX (American DVD) **
1928 The Farmer's Wife [Blu-ray] - BFI restoration in [[ASIN:B07XR5HT4R Hitchcock: British International Pictures Collection [Blu-ray]]
1928 Champagne [Blu-ray] - BFI restoration in [[ASIN:B07XR5HT4R Hitchcock: British International Pictures Collection [Blu-ray]]
1929 The Manxman [Blu-ray] - BFI restoration in [[ASIN:B07XR5HT4R Hitchcock: British International Pictures Collection [Blu-ray]]
1929 Blackmail - silent version [Blu-ray] - BFI restoration (coupled with sound version)

1929 [[ASIN:B07SJ9H6PG Blackmail (Special Edition) [Blu-ray]] (sound version - coupled with silent version)
1930 [[ASIN:B00I05PUIO Elstree Calling [ NON-USA FORMAT, PAL, Reg.2 Import - United Kingdom ]] (Region 2 Europe DVD)
1930 Juno and the Paycock - in MILL CREEK BOX (American DVD) **
1930 [[ASIN:B07SG7Q8D4 Murder! (Special Edition) [Blu-ray]] (coupled with ‘Mary’)
1931 Mary [Blu-ray] - German language version of 'Murder!' (coupled with ‘Murder!’ (1930)
1931 The Skin Game [Blu-ray] - in [[ASIN:B07XR5HT4R Hitchcock: British International Pictures Collection [Blu-ray]]
1931 Rich and Strange - in STUDIOCANAL BOX (Region 2 Europe DVD) or LIONS GATE BOX (American DVD)*
1932 Number 17 - in STUDIOCANAL BOX (Region 2 Europe DVD) *
1934 Waltzes from Vienna [[ASIN:B0031SU2XS Alfred Hitchcock's Waltzes From Vienna]] DVD
1934 [[ASIN:B009RWRIP2 The Man Who Knew Too Much (Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray]] (first version)
1935 [[ASIN:B007N5YJWK The 39 Steps (The Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray]]
1936 Secret Agent - in MILL CREEK BOX (American DVD) **
1936 [[ASIN:B00T87VXSE Sabotage [Blu-ray]] (Region B Europe Blu-ray)
1937 [[ASIN:B001JV5BJY Young and Innocent]] (American DVD) - or - [[ASIN:B00MPOMWLO Young and Innocent [Blu-ray]] (Region B Europe Blu-ray)
1938 [[ASIN:B005ND87JU The Lady Vanishes (The Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray]]
1939 [[ASIN:B00TU29O88 Jamaica Inn [Blu-ray]]

* STUDIOCANAL BOXED SET: [[ASIN:B01CI2LHPE Hitchcock, The Early Years [DVD]] - Region 2 Europe DVDs:
‘Rich and Strange’ and ‘Number 17’ are in this UK box, issued by StudioCanal.
LIONS GATE BOXED SET: [[ASIN:B000KJU12S The Alfred Hitchcock Box Set (The Ring / The Manxman / Murder! / The Skin Game / Rich and Strange)]] - American DVDs
- this is the American edition of the StudioCanal box, unfortunately not complete:
‘Rich and Strange’ is in this box, but not ‘Number 17’.

** MILL CREEK DVD BOX: [[ASIN:B000UVV25Q Alfred Hitchcock: The Legend Begins - 20 Movie Classics]] - American DVDs
This is a collection of 18 British films, squeezed onto four DVDs in terrible transfers. But at least the price is super-cheap. It contains several rarities:
---- 1928 Easy Virtue - no really good alternative to Mill Creek
---- 1930 Juno and the Paycock - no really good alternative to Mill Creek
---- 1936 Secret Agent - no really good alternative to Mill Creek
---- also Number 17 and Sabotage, which are available in superior competing versions from the UK.

30 films: 28 are on blu-ray.
(some of them were filmed in the UK, but produced and released by American studios)

1940 [[ASIN:B071XF71K4 Rebecca (The Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray]]
1940 [[ASIN:B00LUSUVQE Foreign Correspondent [Blu-ray]]
1941 Mr. & Mrs. Smith DVD - [[ASIN:B00OTADFTU Mr & Mrs Smith]] also on Amazon Prime Video
1941 [[ASIN:B01CZ2NDY0 Suspicion [Blu-ray]]
1942 [[ASIN:B00BM79PB0 Saboteur [Blu-ray]] *
1943 [[ASIN:B00BM79UO2 Shadow of a Doubt [Blu-ray]] *
1944 [[ASIN:B01N33IYBI Lifeboat [Blu-ray]]
1945 [[ASIN:B0065N6KNW Spellbound (hitchcock) [Blu-ray]]
1946 [[ASIN:B07JVF7M7M Notorious (The Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray]]
1947 [[ASIN:B06XRV48SR The Paradine Case]] [Blu-Ray]]
1948 [[ASIN:B00BM7A1AO Rope [Blu-ray]] *
1949 [[ASIN:B07C53ZZXY Under Capricorn [Blu-ray]]
1950 Stage Fright DVD - [[ASIN:B0002HOEQW Stage Fright]] also on Amazon Prime Video
1951 [[ASIN:B008DMQDZS Strangers On A Train (BD) [Blu-ray]]
1953 [[ASIN:B01ACP5426 I Confess (1953) [Blu-ray]]
1954 [[ASIN:B006LMIMW4 Dial M for Murder (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray) [1954] [Region Free]] (2-D and 3-D versions)
1954 [[ASIN:B00J2R3W1G Rear Window [Blu-ray]] *
1955 [[ASIN:B00AEBB8H4 To Catch A Thief (1955) (BD) [Blu-ray]]
1955 [[ASIN:B00BM7A5RS The Trouble with Harry [Blu-ray]] *
1956 [[ASIN:B00BM7AA1Y The Man Who Knew Too Much [Blu-ray]] (second version) *
1956 [[ASIN:B019HPJBY4 The Wrong Man [Blu-ray]]
1958 [[ASIN:B00J2R3VZI Vertigo [Blu-ray]] *
1959 [[ASIN:B014IAWFU0 North By Northwest (1959) (BD) [Blu-ray]] *
1960 [[ASIN:B00J2R3W52 Psycho (1960) [Blu-ray]] * get the 60th Anniversary Edition
1963 [[ASIN:B01FUYRK76 The Birds [Blu-ray]] *
1964 [[ASIN:B00BM7AFKK Marnie [Blu-ray]] *
1966 [[ASIN:B00BM7APUU Torn Curtain [Blu-ray]] *
1969 [[ASIN:B00BM7ATXI Topaz [Blu-ray]] *
1972 [[ASIN:B00BM7B0EK Frenzy [Blu-ray]] *
1976 [[ASIN:B00BM7B4FU Family Plot [Blu-ray]] *

* these fifteen films are also in bargain Blu-ray boxes (no new remasterings):
---- 2012: [[ASIN:B008DCAG9M Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection (Limited Edition) [Blu-ray] (2012)]]
---- 2016 reissue: [[ASIN:B019329V7S Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection (Limited Edition) [Blu-ray]] (same fifteen films)
---- 2017 reissue: [[ASIN:B074Q1QHRW Alfred Hitchcock: The Ultimate Collection [Blu-ray]] (same fifteen films + two blu-rays of Hitchcock television shows).
---- 2012: Fourteen film Blu-ray box: [[ASIN:B008RLD1VY Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection [Blu Ray]] (minus 'North by Northwest')
This is a British import (considerably less expensive)
Unlike most British Blu-rays, these are region-free and should play on any US player.
The bonus features of the British and American Blu-rays are identical.

The first pressing of the 60th Anniversary Blu-ray (September 2020) was faulty.
Instead of using Hitchcock’s original mono soundtrack, Universal created a new mono soundtrack by blending the seven newly created channels into a single channel.
This was a Bad Idea (the sound effects were too loud and drowned out the dialogue).
Responding to complaints, three months later Universal remastered the 60th Anniversary Blu-ray, dumping the ersatz mono soundtrack and restoring Hitchcock’s original mono soundtrack.
Much cleaner mono sound + you still have the 7.1 surround sound version if that’s what you really want.
The serial numbers on the outer rim (at 7 o'clock on the label) are different:
Faulty Blu-ray disc = “1130624"
Corrected Blu-ray disc = "1147481" (with Hitchcock’s mono soundtrack)
Be wary of buying used copies.
I assume the serial numbers are also different for 4K discs, but I don't have them for comparison.

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5.0 out of 5 stars PSYCHO on BLU..why not "Watch With Mother"?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on October 29, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars PSYCHO on BLU..why not "Watch With Mother"?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on October 29, 2019
Realising I was missing this classic I thought I'd get a(2005) 2disc'Special Edition'dvd-My mistake ,with only 2 extra features( 50mins)& a poor quality image,so I soon upgraded to a Bluray edition(2014) & I'm certainly glad I did...
Starting with the well designed sleeve image this disc really delivers...The image in 1:85-1 ratio(1080p hi-def) has been cleaned up & there is now a clarity ,depth & life to the film I've never seen before.
The audio :DTS-HD 5.1& DTS 2.0 mono in English & 2.0 mono in 6other languages is a vast improvement & there's clear subtitles in English & 15 other languages. The extras are also subtitled..
There's thorough 134min & 26min 'Making Of' & 'In the Masters Shadow' docs',(2008)with the writer & various tech crew from the film+ input from Martin Scorsese, Guillermo del toro,William Friedkin & Eli Roth + the director of 'basic instinct part 2'(?!) & others...
An excellent commentary from author Stephen Rebello ,who as a cinema viewer of Psycho when it was released gives some great 'eye witness' stories & clearly knows about the film ,giving many worthwhile details & is entertaining throughout.
There is also much vintage material ,inc' a (3min)poster & Ads section, (8mins) of Publicity shots, 'Vintage press footage'(7mins), the original & re-release trailers, Archive production & behind-the-scenes photos, A (15min) Truffaut-Hitchcock audio section , and a very entertaining (26min) edition of 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents..' -'Lamb to the Slaughter' starring Barbara Bel Geddes
There's a feature allowing you to view the shower scene without music & also the Saul Bass story boards to this scene(4mins)
The (10min) section showing the complicated,time consuming but worthwhile effort that went into 'upgrading' a mono soundtrack for modern set ups without additions & while 'remaining true' to Bernard Herrmanns score & the original film is also very good.
And there's a couple of other extra features that if you don't know about must mean you don't own this disc.....Which can be fixed easily enough..
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5.0 out of 5 stars Crystal clear picture, and perfect sound quality, the Blu-Ray 50th anniversary edition is a marvel of technology.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Spectacular blu ray transfer of a groundbreaking masterpiece!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Alfred Hitchcock at his best
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Classic
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