Streeting April 28 from Media Blaster’s genre arm Shriek Show comes Gorman Bechard’s PSYCHOS IN LOVE (1987) one of the most charming retro slashers to date – a slash-rom-com, and with a killer theme song to boot. What a pants tingler to see the original Wizard Video artwork is being used!
Joe (Carmine Capobianco) was a lonely psychotic killer. After all, it’s tough to find the right woman when you re compelled to murder them after a few dates. When Kate (Debi Thibeault) walked into Joe’s bar, she seemed perfect. She was gorgeous, she hated grapes. But each of them had a terrible secret: they were killers. Is that the kind of thing you can risk telling the one you love? They shared passion, they shared laughter, they shared a few little murders. But then they met Herman, a local plumber and part-time cannibal, and he wanted bodies. Kate and Joe are two young lovers just trying to make ends meet. And everyone they meet, meets the end pretty quickly. It s not Ozzie and Harriet, but it’s Psychos in Love!
- Feature Commentary with Gorman Bechard (2009)
- Feature Commentary with Gorman Bechard & Carmine Capobianco (2005)
- Original Trailer
- Alternate Opening
- Making Psychos in Love
- Extensive Photo Gallery
- Extended Scenes
- Highlights from Psychos in Love: The Stageplay
- Gorman Bechard Short Films: Bartholomew the Strangler, Short Film (1983), The Only Take, Short Film (1983), Objects in the Mirror are Further Than They Appear, Short Film (2003)
- Gorman Bechard Trailers: You Are Alone (2005), Friends with Benefits (2009)
- Video Promo for Gorman Bechard Novel: Unwound (2007)
Visit the official website put together by Bechard himself @ psychosinlove.com