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psy·cho

(sī′kō)
n.
A psychopath.
adj.
Crazy; insane.
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Grandpa's Pyscho is the feature film adaptation of Award-Winning director Danny LeGare's short film, Visiting Grandpa.
CORRIE pyscho Pat Phelan comes over like a cat in a world full of mice - and actor Connor McIntyre absolutely loves playing him.
'Pyscho' they called him and they always said he'd kick his nan if she was out there.
"The characters were something you just hadn''t encountered before, and you couldn''t fail to bump into Holly Johnson, with his bleached skinhead and the words Pyscho dyed into his hair, wearing nappies or a tutu skirt or the wildest imaginable outfit, but Peter and Lynne were the most notorious and they never spoke to us, merely glared and sniggered.
Oh.Hangon..Supercoach Pyscho?Aphilanthropic Premier League?DestructiveDowning?
The Genius of Hitchcock includes screenings of new BFI restorations of all nine of Hitchcock's surviving silent films; a full retrospective of Hitchcock's 58 films, including classics like Vertigo, Pyscho and The Birds plus a range of spectacular, one-off musical events as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
The data records that alongside Emil and the Detectives (Tewksbury 1964) and West Side Story (Robbins, Wise 1961), subsequent weeks saw screenings of Pyscho (Hitchcock 1960), Walkabout (Roeg 1971), and Sons and Lovers (Cardiff 1960).
FRIGHTENINGLY GOOD: Pyscho can scale new heights in Gold Cup at Cheltenham GOOD NIC: Silviniaco Conti can clinch double for Paul Nicholls
Was it: a) American Pyscho b) American Gigolo c) American Pie?
The only problem is Lynch is a pyscho who is prone to homicidal outbursts.
THERE were flashes of top-drawer football, and Owen sent Pyscho and Co packing.