$12.99By David Thomson It was made like a television movie, and completed in less than three months. It killed off its star in forty minutes. There was no happy ending. And it offered the most violent scene to date in American film, punctuated by shrieking strings that seared the national consciousness. Nothing like Psycho had existed before; the movie industry — even America itself — would never be the same.In The Moment of Psycho, film critic David Thomson situates Psycho in Alfred Hitchcock’s ca...