BySarah Gibson, writer at Creators.co
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Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho has always made for prime Halloween viewing, but now, a talented Brooklyn-based artist by the name of Yuliya Tsukerman, has scrupulously recreated the 1960 horror flick's infamous shower scene - in which Marion Crane (Janet Leigh) is horrifically stabbed to death by a man in a mother's costume - in a series of jack-o'-lanterns, no less...

Sound weird? It is. But it's also freakin' awesome. Check this out:

Well, they do say that a boy's best friend is his pumpkin... Or something.

Take a look at the original Psycho shower scene and see just how well Tsukerman did with her stop-motion carvings, about which she comments "each frame was slashed, stabbed, and sliced out of a real pumpkin."

Tsukerman spent two weeks carving pumpkins.

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She then lit up the pumpkins, took photographs of each carved image, and synchronized them with the soundtrack from the original Hitchcock movie.

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And the result shines a brilliant new light on the 1960 Hitchcock classic...

As someone who tried to carve a pumpkin once and ended up with Rage Soup instead, I'm saying this Yuliya Tsukerman has done a pretty sweet job.

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