Psycho II (1983)

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Psycho II: Directed by Richard Franklin. With Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, Meg Tilly, Robert Loggia. After twenty-two years of psychiatric care, Norman Bates attempts to return to a life of solitude, but the specters of his crimes – and his mother – continue to haunt him.

“When I went to my local video store a year and half ago, I noticed that there were no less than four u0026quot;psychou0026quot; movies there. Having seen the original, I figured that they would all be cash-ins. Two weeks ago I finally hired psycho 2 in to finally prove my point to myself. I was wrong. This movie has everything a sequel to psycho could need. A great plot (probably better than the first oneu0026#39;s), excellent direction, and great acting. Perkins is so much better here than in the original psycho that one canu0026#39;t help thinking itu0026#39;s a shame that he passed away. There are heaps of reasons to see this movie, and very few not to if youu0026#39;re a suspense fan. If you liked the original youu0026#39;ll love this, and even if you didnu0026#39;t youu0026#39;ll still love it.”


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