Psycho for the first time. Was surprised at how it wasnt really scary, and i called the ending about half way in. Still a good film none the less.
When I've enjoyed a horror movie (usually not a new one!), and people ask me if it was scary, I say something like, "Well, I wasn't actually afraid - that'd be pretty sad. But it was creepy with great atmosphere, and if I saw that monster in an alley in real life I would die of fright. Is that good enough?"
But as snobby and grouchy as that looks in print, it's not meant to be I mean it in a friendly way - so I must say the same thing about "Psycho" - I found it to be great, even to this day (and I only saw it about a year ago). It has an important element that today's horror lacks, I feel. I knew about the end a few years before I even saw it, but I tried to imagine how shocking it would have been for me if I didn't know - and I know I would have been impressed. But even knowing the end, I was impressed! Lucky for me, I can't usually guess movie endings (at least not with the creative ones I like) though there are exceptions. TV shows are usually more predictable.