It has been parodied a million times, even if you’ve never seen the movie, the discordant violin screeches from the shower scene in Psycho resonate throughout time in such a way as to make that particular tone synonymous with nothing else. When Alfred Hitchcock made the movie he did so with his own money when Paramount Pictures thought it too risky. The kind of dedication that drove him to spend his own money on a story he had to tell (as all stories by true artists are) carries over into the cars used in his movies. Hitchcock is actually somewhat famous for not driving, but that doesn’t mean that he didn’t appreciate the automobile. Click here to learn more!
“There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it.” —