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.
After Norman confesses & Sheriff Greene takes him into custody, it’s up to Mother to get her boy out of a cell & back home.
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.
Trying to accept his insanity, Norman battles with his inner Norma, as Marion Crane’s arrival at the motel comes with unexpected consequences.
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.
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.
With Uncle Caleb in the basement, Norman has to navigate between Chick & Mother to figure out how best to handle the situation.
Norman goes on a double date, though clearly he has a thing for Madeleine Loomis.
Is this to be a fatal attraction?
Norman & Mother continue their relationship beyond the grave.
Don’t Go In The House. 1979. Directed by Joseph Ellison. Screenplay by Ellison, Ellen Hammill, & Joe Masefield. Starring Dan Grimaldi, Charles Bonet, Bill Ricci, Robert Osth, Dennis M. Hunter, John Hedberg, Ruth Dardick, Johanna Brushay, Darcy Shean, Mary Ann Chinn, & Lois Verkruepse. Turbine Films Inc. Rated R. 82 minutes. Horror ★★★★ Still bannedContinue reading “Don’t Go In The House: The Death of Disco and A Mother Too Far”
Psycho II. 1983. Dir. Richard Franklin. Screenplay by Tom Holland. Starring Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, Meg Tilly, Robert Loggia, Dennis Franz, and Hugh Gilin. Universal Pictures. Rated 18+. 113 minutes. Horror/Mystery/Thriller ★★★★ For my review of the 1960 classic Psycho on Blu ray, click here. For the sequel to this film, Psycho III, click here. There’sContinue reading “One of the Most Underrated Horror Sequels: Psycho II”
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”