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Psycho II Blu-ray

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Psycho II

Great film and a great release. Both Anthony Perkins and Meg Tilly are great in this. Recommended.

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Where did this come from?

This film has no right being as fun and interesting as it is. Truley a film that keeps you guessing right to the end. Chock full of extras to boot. Have to go now, mothers getting cold.

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Psycho II: A Haunting Return

"Psycho II" marks a daring return to the iconic Bates Motel, picking up the chilling story years after the original film's shocking events. Director Richard Franklin takes the helm in this psychological thriller that attempts to revisit the macabre magic of Alfred Hitchcock's classic while adding a fresh layer of intrigue and suspense. The film brings back Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins), the disturbed proprietor of the Bates Motel, who has been released from the mental institution after years of treatment. Anthony Perkins reprises his role with a haunting nuance that delves into the complexities of Bates' tormented psyche. As he struggles to reintegrate into society, the shadow of his past transgressions looms large, leaving both him and the audience questioning his stability. "Psycho II" crafts a clever web of doubt and tension as Bates attempts to regain control of his life. The screenplay, penned by Tom Holland, skillfully navigates the thin line between reality and delusion, forcing viewers to question what is real and what is imagined. The film cleverly plays with audience expectations, presenting situations that parallel the events of the original "Psycho" while creating an air of uncertainty. One cannot overlook the atmospheric mastery of Richard Franklin's direction. He pays homage to Hitchcock's visual style while injecting his own flair for suspense, creating an eerie ambiance that drips with unease. The film's pacing steadily tightens the screws of tension, leading to a gripping climax that pulls the threads of the narrative together in a shocking revelation. The supporting cast, including Vera Miles, Meg Tilly, and Robert Loggia, adds depth to the story and complements Perkins' haunting performance. Their interactions with Bates contribute to the ever-present feeling of unease that permeates the film. Arrow Video's exceptional Blu-ray release of "Psycho II" is a true cinephile's delight. The restoration offers a crispness and clarity that allows audiences to appreciate the film's visual craftsmanship in newfound detail. The depth of color and clarity of the imagery enriches the viewing experience, particularly during suspenseful sequences where every shadow and subtle movement become all the more captivating. In conclusion, "Psycho II" takes a daring step into the realm of sequels, delivering a psychological thriller that pays homage to the original while weaving its own chilling narrative. Anthony Perkins' return as Norman Bates is nothing short of mesmerizing, and Richard Franklin's direction keeps the audience on the edge of their seats. Arrow Video's top-notch Blu-ray release elevates the experience even further, making it a must-watch for fans of psychological horror and a testament to the enduring power of the "Psycho" legacy.

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A sequel? Really? Yes!

You might think that a sequel to one of the greatest horror thrillers of all time might not be necessary. From an artistic point of view, you're right. But I'm still glad we got it. I didn't expect a sequel to Psycho to be this good. Truly a hidden gem, never see it talked about much! Great small town atmosphere, gnarly kills, emulates some Hitchcock techniques very well and Bates story became all the more tragic. A must buy.

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