Verhoeven’s film depicts a queer sexuality that coexists with religion while also portraying the Roman Catholic Church’s oppression of queerness in the 17th century.
Heather and Harry find out more information about Marin’s disappearance. Julian disappears.
The past of Father Marcus and Mouse is revealed. Father Tomas continues struggling with demonic influence.
If ever there were a Lovecraftian story not written by Lovecraft, DARK WATERS is it, certainly.
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”