Channel your inner Marion Crane and experience the iconic Psycho scene every day!
Every horror fanatic knows the scene: Marion Crane, a woman on the lam and the newest guest of the Bates Motel, is taking a shower. As she rub-a-dub-dubs, a shadow falls over her. She turns, she screams, and then—bam! She meets her death, the unknown figure stabbing her repeatedly. It is, quite literally, a bloodbath.
When Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho first hit theaters in 1960, Marion’s fatal (and risqué) shower stirred up quite a bit of controversy. Of course, now it is a cultural touchpoint and a lesson in the art of the scare. So it seems only fitting that horror’s number one fan—that’s you!—has a shower curtain that tips its hat to one of the most iconic scenes of the genre.