Okay, here’s the short version of this review: Psycho II is a much better movie than any movie calling itself Psycho II should be.
Alright, let’s go a bit deeper, then. 769 more words
Sunday is a really important day, that being Mother’s Day. She is a focus in our lives and never leaves us. Unless she is Carrie’s mom. 422 more words
I have a good memory of the Psycho sequels being popular in the video shops I rented from as a child. Given the last sequel was released in 1990, the films were probably still fairly fresh and I’d imagine they satisfied (maybe in Newcastle) both the desire to offer Horror films while dealing with a franchise that originated from something classy. 385 more words
For all intent and purposes, Psycho could be an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents and Hitchcock knew that better than anyone else. Foregoing the more lavish Technicolor tones he had used in Vertigo (1958) and North by Northwest (1959) and lacking the same type of studio backing, he shot this film in the much cheaper black and white format and brought on a great deal of his television crew to make this production a much more inexpensive package. 1,630 more words