Well folks there you have it, the entire “Psycho” franchise.Continue reading
‘Norman Bates’ recalls his childhood with his abusive mother while fearing his unborn child will inherit his split personality disorder.Continue reading
Norman Bates falls in love with a fallen nun who stays at the Bates Motel alongside a drifter and a curious reporter. Meanwhile, ‘Mother’ is still watching.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
Welcome to part 3 of “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly”, 3 posts on the best, the worst and the plain awful remakes.
We live in a time where box office revenues are down and tv ratings are high. There’s no mystery as to why this is happening, it’s a simple case of originality. With theaters filled with remakes and 3D showings of old films you only have to see the tv listings to see it’s better to stay home.
There’s no doubting that the world is a scary place, and that people are even scarier. When it comes to serial killers it not just Horror fans who are intrigued, it’s the whole world. We want to know what makes them tick, why they did what they did. The thing I’ve always found the most frightening is the fact that this person could be your next door neighbour, a relative, a friend……..ANYONE!