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In 1959, American writer Robert Bloch published the novel Psycho, his most famous work. The story called Alfred Hitchcock's attention and he produced one of the most famous films of all times. Even though the novel and the film have the same story, they have different plots and explore different aspects of gothic fiction: horror and terror, respectively. Thus, this paper discusses the difference in plot and in the creation of effects (horror and terror) to the readership or audience. Resumodoi:10.47295/mgren.v3i3.773 fatcat:luqzdjomcrenbcbhdft2wrscgu