Sober Cinema

Twenty Years Later: PSYCHO and LITTLE VOICE

December 7, 2018

On December 4, 1998 the world was exposed to the great pipes of LITTLE VOICE and the sound of one man's passionate solo love in Gus Van Sant's remake of PSYCHO. Our mainstream release starring Vince Vaughn as the classic Norman Bates character was reviled upon release, and while we may not surprise you with our focus on the sound design of this film (for when do we not spend ten minutes talking about that when it comes to cinema?) we may with a bit of a defense for this experiment. And that surprise continues with our forgotten film as the late 90s Miramax Oscar bait branding gives way to the always great man slut Michael Caine.

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