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A LEGO Remake of the ‘Psycho’ Shower Scene

Long before the shower scene became the eye roll-inducing horror movie trope it is today, legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock made spectacular use of it in the classic slasher flick, Psycho. It would eventually become one of the most widely recognized movie scenes in history, thanks to a stellar score and Janet Leigh’s impressive pipes.

Recognizing its potential for greatness in another medium, YouTuber Bricktease set out to recreate it using LEGOs and an extraordinary attention to detail. Here’s the result:

As if that wasn’t impressive enough, here’s a side-by-side comparison of the original scene and its LEGO remake so you can see how crazy accurate it is.

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12 Comments
  • James

    Not Vera Miles, Janet Leigh good sir!

    • I’m always getting the two confused, not sure why. It’s fixed!

  • Brodequin

    Nice… Question is: what for???

  • vmackey

    I know it’s not the subject, but big question: Why don’t you review horror books? You review comics, music, video games (maybe a bit too much, actually), but no books, or only very occasionally, when there is tons of excellent horror books that come out every year. Don’t like to read? it would be cool if you can hire one or two writers that would only reviews and talk about it. i’m sure some passionate writers would even blog about it for free on BD. What do you think?

    • James Allard

      Someone would have to read the books… (short answer). Not a slam on this site, or anyone that writes for it, or reads the posts, but sometimes I get the impression more and more people pick up a novel and sigh tl;dr.

      • vmackey

        I get what you mean. But even if BD writers don’t read, there is tons of specialized horror novels readers and critics that BD could hire for the job. I’m not sure why books are so under-represented in here.

        • James Allard

          Comics, games, movies and the occasional TV show… for the most part, time involvement … what? 2 hours (at the most) to watch, play or read, and then about half to commit thoughts to the site. Reading a book requires time. Time is the single most important factor, combined with attention span. The Internet doesn’t wait, it just rolls over us.

      • vmackey

        I get what you mean. But even if BD writers don’t read, there is tons of specialized horror novels readers and critics that BD could hire for the job. I’m not sure why books are so under-represented in here.

  • Andy Garner

    LEGO….. not LEGOs

  • rita7211

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  • ariessiren

    That was fantastic

  • This is a DEFINITE winner. 🙂

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