The new episode of the WTF You Need to Know video series gives the important information on the Psycho franchise
A new episode of the WTF You Need to Know video series has just arrived online, and for this one we’ve gathered all the important information you need to know to catch up on the Psycho franchise! To hear all about it, check out the video embedded above.
Psycho began with a novel written by Robert Bloch, who was inspired to write the story after hearing about the crimes of Ed Gein. Director Alfred Hitchcock brought Psycho to the screen in 1960, and since then we’ve seen the 1983 film Psycho II, 1986’s Psycho III, a 1987 TV movie called Bates Motel, Psycho IV: The Beginning in 1990, a Gus Van Sant-directed remake of Psycho that was released in 1998, and TV series called Bates Motel, which ran on A&E for five seasons.
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The Psycho franchise episode of WTF You Need to Know was Written, Edited, and Narrated by Tyler Nichols, Produced by Tyler Nichols and John Fallon, and Executive Produced by Berge Garabedian. The music was provided by White Bat Audio and Pixabay.
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