I watched 'Psycho' again(the original - don't get me started on the remake). One of the best films ever made and also the best film that Hitchcock ever made. It is a lot more subtle film than people give it credit for. The use of the voiceovers and the way the music is used is very clever as well. Likewise, the 'stair sequence' is very clever as well. Plus, you have to love the piece of dialogue that is : "A boy's best friend is his mother."
It then watched the film version of 'Edge of Darkness' with Mel Gibson and Ray Winstone. It was the remake of the old BBC mini series. Oh dear. It was a little underwhelming - especially if you have seen then original. Mel does his 'mad out of control character'(see the first Lethal Weapon) and he is pretty good in this. As was Ray Winstone. Sadly, a lot of the plot has been lost(cramming a six hours mini series into a two hours film, I suppose it was going to happen). They have also changed the Jedburgh character quite a lot(the character that Ray Winstone plays). The storyline has a bit of a change as well. It never really gets going. Considering the original material and the talent involved, I expected more. Interestingly, the original director(Martin Campbell) made this as well. If you want a better Mel Gibson thriller, try 'Ransom'.