Psycho III Reviews

October 16, 2013
The problem with this outing, which marked Perkins' directorial debut, is that it largely plays like a run-of-the-mill slasher flick.
September 23, 2013
[Blu-ray Review] Worth a look, but creatively falls victim to a series that slowly declined with each new entry.
October 21, 2008
Perkins tries to imitate Hitchcock's visual style, but most of the film is made without concern for style of any kind, unless it's the bludgeoning nonstyle of Friday the 13th.
October 20, 2008
Not just some actor who has been given a chance to direct, Perkins has a style and, like fellow director-actors Orson Welles and Clint Eastwood, knows his own persona, knows how to photograph and light himself for the proper effect.
June 18, 2008
The whole enterprise is dependent almost entirely upon self-referential incidents and attitudes for its effect, and it eventually becomes wearying.
April 6, 2008
November 12, 2005
June 29, 2005
December 27, 2004
Much better than the second.
December 4, 2004
any fan of the Hitchcock classic whose curiosity was snagged by Psycho II should find something of interest to see here.
August 26, 2004
A twisted tale of sexuality, religion and misogyny
April 23, 2004
September 2, 2003
It is strong in parodying the original, so fans should look out for it so long as they've got a sense of humour.
May 20, 2003
It has a cast of talented, self-effacing actors, who don't upstage the material, and an efficient screenplay by Charles Edward Pogue, who doesn't beat you over the head to prove that he has a sense of humor.
October 17, 2002
August 20, 2002
July 30, 2002
Superior horror sequel stylishly made by star Anthony Perkins
July 30, 2002
January 1, 2000
The movie was directed by Perkins, in his filmmaking debut. I was surprised by what a good job he does.