Anthony Perkins recreates his most famous role and makes his directorial debut in this second sequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s legendary thriller, which picks up right where Psycho 2 left off. Once again, the Bates Motel is the site of some nasy doings as the rehabilitated psychopath, Norman Bates, attempts to help a disturbed young woman and a guiter-playing drifter while trying to divert a nosy reporter’s suspicions away from Mother.
This one wasn’t as good as the first two. It’s not a bad sequel, but it’s not that great. It is better then the 1998 remake of the original, mainly because no one can play Norman Bates better then Anthony Perkins, and he plays Norman great in this film as he does in all 4 Psycho’s that he plays in. This one is worth a look, but the first 2 where better. I give it 5 out of 10.