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Psycho II

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After spending 22 years of taking psychiatric care because of his crimes, Norman Bates is released despite of rejection from his victims. He desires a whole fresh life and struggles to join the mainstream society. However, he is now constants bothered by phone calls and letters from his dead mother. Is his psychosis renew itself, or are his old enemies are trying to bring him back to his past crime?
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CRITICS OF "Psycho II"
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David Nusair
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October 10, 2011

A surprisingly decent sequel to Alfred Hitchcock's landmark slasher...
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Geoff Andrew
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June 24, 2006

Scary and fun, it's as worthy a sequel as one might reasonably expect.
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Roger Ebert
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October 23, 2004

It is a craftsman-like piece of filmmaking with a suitably flaky performance by Perkins, but it isn't really a sequel to Psycho. It continues the story, but not the spell.
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Rob Vaux
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June 05, 2013

You can chide Psycho II for its hubris, and the fact that it won't ever get within shouting distance of a classic. But for a quiet summer escape with an old motel owner we used to know... yeah, it could be a lot worse.
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Variety Staff
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October 20, 2008

Director Richard Franklin deftly keeps the suspense and tension on high while dolling out dozens of shock-of-recognitions shots drawn from the audience's familiarity with Psycho.
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Kevin Carr

September 09, 2005

Not a bad sequel at all.
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Vincent Canby

August 30, 2004

That it's about as chilly a movie as ever delighted the mass market is beside the point, in view of its exuberantly macabre craftsmanship.
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Alex Sandell

May 06, 2005

The weakest of the series. Still has its fair share of scares.
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Dave Kehr
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October 20, 2008

Though far from a worthy successor to the original (but why make impossible demands?) the film clearly could have been much worse.
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Dustin Putman
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September 23, 2013

[Blu-ray Review] A psychologically scary and handsomely mounted thriller.
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