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Ratings & Reviews

  1. HKFanatic's rating of the film Psycho III

    As much as I enjoy "Psycho II," there's a lot here that feels like a needed course correction: the return of classic Hitchcock iconography, putting to bed the notion that Mrs. Bates wasn't Norman's mother, and embracing a shadowy Southern Gothic atmosphere. With so much to orchestrate as director, Perkins seems to have less attention to devote to his performance, but the conclusion feels a fitting end for Norman.

  2. FISCHER's rating of the film Psycho III

    Débuts d'Anthony Perkins derrière la caméra pour une suite fort décevante .....

  3. Catarina C Gomes's rating of the film Psycho III

    Damn, Norman can't catch a break.

  4. Amadeus Magnus's rating of the film Psycho III

    References Vertigo with opening & The Birds with two scenes that includes a murder.

  5. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Psycho III

    While it's nowhere near the league of Hitchcock's masterpiece, this sequel is entertaining enough in a cheesy sort of way - even if it really is nothing more than a slightly above average slasher movie. Anthony Perkins turns out to be a fairly competent director, even if he is a bit past his prime as an actor.

  6. Salem Kapsaski's rating of the film Psycho III

    This third installment of Psycho (directed by Perkins himself) is actually surprisingly good. Psycho 4 is also worth checking out (as long as you ignore the contradictions and minor potholes each sequel provides).