noun, plural psy·chos.
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In Psycho a psychiatrist (the young Simon Oakland) tells us in clinical terms what we've seen.
When, in succession, he made Vertigo (1958), North by Northwest (1959), Psycho (1960), and The Birds (1963).
To bolster my case I told him we should actually call it Pursuito, like Vertigo or Psycho.
From Psycho to Frankenstein, watch scenes from the director's 10 favorite creepy classics.
Revisit that horrid 1997 Psycho redo, or the misguided ABC miniseries version of The Shining that came out the same year.
Hell, don't you know any language but that psycho double-talk?The Planet Savers|Marion Zimmer Bradley
The “Christian”—he who for two thousand years has passed as a Christian—is simply a psycho logical self-delusion.The Antichrist|F. W. Nietzsche
It was so in keeping with his features that it served to strengthen the psycho diagnosis.The Old Martians|Roger Phillips Graham
Psycho wouldn't do you any good if you weren't, that's the truth.Dangerous Ages|Rose Macaulay
Maybe he was psycho and they didn't notice; they had some godawful asses for psychiatrists in war medicine.The Brain|Alexander Blade