Even though Psycho isn’t as terrifying under today’s cinematic standards, the film stands out as one of Alfred Hitchcock’s finest achievements. There’s something to be said about the relationship between Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) and his mother. You could say that the son is too obsessed with his mother–which explains the film’s third act. This relationship isn’t too far away from another son and mother in 1949 gangster drama White Heat. It may be hard…"Psycho: Alfred Hitchcock’s Greatest Film"