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"..ANOTHER GREAT 80's SEQUEL.."
on 12 February 2015
This may not be as good a sequel as part 2 but I still love it, Norman bates is back played by the awesome Anthony Perkins who brings so much life into this character making him so believable, this time the story continues with Norman doing up his motel and getting on with his life, then a mysterious girl walks into his life bringing up memories from the past and Normans inner battle with his mother starts over again with a series of brutal stabbings! Once again there's plenty of cool bloody kills, not too many as before but good ones none the less, the cast is all good with a few familiar faces like Jeff Fahey co-starring, Anthony Perkins once again like I said steals the show with his creepy and eccentric portrayal of a psycho killer, he certainly is the best movie psycho of all time, the movie alone is worth watching for him, its also directed by Perkins who I think did a good job, its certainly a breath of fresh air compared to most 80's slashers, once again a good creepy soundtrack score, worth checking out if your a cult 80's psycho slasher fan.
The region 1 USA DVD has a decent picture quality, 1hr-33mins, no special features. 1986.
The UK DVD from the 1-4 box set has a same quality picture and is the same uncut version, no features either.