Psycho a Go-go (1965)

USA, 1965
35mm film, Techniscope, Technicolor, 2.35:1
“stereophonic sound”, English

An American borderline horror film directed by Al Adamson.

Plot Summary

Forced to ditch their loot when the alarm is raised, jewel thieves try to find the family whose truck they threw them in. But one of the gang is a homicidal maniac.


Directed by: Al Adamson
© 1965 Tal Productions
Tal Productions
Produced by: Al Adamson
Associate Producer: Don Geuss
Screen Play by: Chris Martino, Mark Eden
Original Story: Al Adamson
Director of Photography: William Zsigmond [real name: Vilmos Zsigmond]
Film Editor: O’Dale Ireland
Musical Score by: Jimmy Roosa, Don McGinnis
Wardrobe by: Garside of Hollywood
Musical Numbers Staged by: Jimmie Huntley
Filmed in Hollywood, California and Mommoth Lakes

Roy Morton (Joe Corey)
Tacey Robbins (Linda Clarke)
Kirk Duncan (David Clarke)
Tanya Maree (Vicky)
John Armond (Nick)
Lyle Felice (Vito)
Joey Benson (Lt Ward)
John Talbert (Curtis)
K.K. Riddle (Nancy Clarke)
Shary Richards
Gordon Edwards
Carol Gilbert
Maria Tallafuss
Richard Ramos
Dorothy Holland
Larry Reid
Roy Lindberg
Bernard Paul
John Mantooth
Johnnie Decker

Alternative Titles

Echo of Terror – early title

Extracts included in
Blood of Ghastly Horror (1967)
Shiver & Shudder Show (2002)

See also
Blood of Ghastly Horror (1967)
The Fiend With the Electronic Brain (1969)



  • Shock Cinema no.25 (2004) p.21 – review (by Matt Singer)
  • Sight & Sound vol.30 no.8 (October 2020) p.84 – review (Home cinema: Al Adamson: The Masterpiece Collection by Kim Newman)


  • Schlock-O-Rama: The Films of Al Adamson by David Konow pp.23-26 – illustrated article