Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 10: “The Cord”

After so much time, Norman Bates finally comes home. With Mother.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 9: “Visiting Hours”

As Dylan & Emma struggle in the wake of revelations about Norman, former Sheriff Alex Romero heads straight for the station intent on being judge, jury, & executioner.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 7: “Inseparable”

Norma & Mother must come together closer after his kill at the hotel. At the same time, a body’s dragged from the water nearby, which means trouble.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 6: “Marion”

Trying to accept his insanity, Norman battles with his inner Norma, as Marion Crane’s arrival at the motel comes with unexpected consequences.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 5: “Dreams Die First”

While Norman loses track of mother, Dylan struggles in his new life with Emma because of the Bates family secrets.
Meanwhile, Marion Crane steals a briefcase full of money & heads to her lover Sam Loomis.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 4: “Hidden”

A new sheriff in town starts making trouble for Norman & Mother once there’s a search for Jim Blackwell. Meanwhile, Romero edges closer & closer to White Pine Bay.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 3: “Bad Blood”

With Uncle Caleb in the basement, Norman has to navigate between Chick & Mother to figure out how best to handle the situation.

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Bates Motel – Season 5, Episode 2: “The Convergence of the Twain”

Norman goes on a double date, though clearly he has a thing for Madeleine Loomis.
Is this to be a fatal attraction?

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Psycho: Alfred Hitchcock & the Birth of the Slasher

Psycho. 1960. Dir.  Alfred Hitchcock. Written by Joseph Stefano; based on the novel by Robert Bloch. Starring Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles, John Gavin, Martin Balsam, and John McIntire. Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Rated PG. 109 minutes. Horror/Mystery/Thriller ★★★★★ (Film) ★★★★★ (Blu ray release) For my review of the sequel, Psycho II, click here. ForContinue reading “Psycho: Alfred Hitchcock & the Birth of the Slasher”

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Psycho III: Norman, Still Crazy After All These Years

Psycho III.  1986. Dir. Anthony Perkins. Screenplay by Charles Edward Pogue; based on characters by Robert Bloch. Starring Anthony Perkins, Diana Scarwid, Jeff Fahey, Roberta Maxwell, Hugh Gillin, and Lee Garlington. Universal Pictures. Rated 18+. 93 minutes. Horror/Mystery/Thriller ★★★★ If you haven’t yet – read my Blu ray review for Alfred Hitchcock’s original 1960 classic Psycho.Continue reading “Psycho III: Norman, Still Crazy After All These Years”

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