Twenty-two some years later and the crime of the young murdered individual of one small town which reminds some of why those who hid the psycho male murderer and his rotting accomplice why a better discernment about life period requires more than just waking up each day. The psycho-drama series, the first film practically depicted Norman as the perfect boyfriend of the woman he takes to the river after the first romantic date night. Problems came about however after one gone girl failed to show up at the office with her bosses money for a wedding home for his beloved daughter. So dark. So goth. So fun ~ The ultra-excitement he bred. Norman reminded everyone to be satisfied and content with what you have, not to covet the blessings of others for your own. The famous last words of kharma begin with the second story of our Psycho series. Finally, those who stole said the infamous words. “I’m sorry I’ve caused you so much trouble.” It took death and a hard day night to obtain the apology.
Universal Pictures and Oak Industries and Vera Miles, and even Anthony Perkins return for a bout of Psycho II. The County of Fern now decides Norman Bates a wholly sane and transformed man, as our courts proceed to protect the criminals and not their victims. But what further crime and evil murder the man now makes an even bigger plan to commit behind the scenes. Everyone gives Norman such a gentle path. So glad to know that the small town crowd who once covered up his accomplice murder hands which of course only used to protect mother from same, each person who he speaks with assures him of the Christian prospect to forgive and forget, and to release dangerous murderers out upon the depth and breadth of society to populate, buy homes, work as pastors and even perhaps adopt children.
The local diner provides some work for Norman and also a nice way to meet more girls to provide showers for. However, he seems to take charge and fire the manager of his hotel after rehab. The town kind of likes having this redempted Norman around. He finds a girl. A friend. But the blade for slicing up his bologna sandwich large. He only put some poison of the cup of tea his mother drank. More important, the silouette ghost of Hitchcock shown on the bedroom wall of Mary, his young girl guest, The Belly of A Beast entertains her evening tryst at the Norman Bates mansion. She reads herself gentle before she falls to sleep.
Mother writes Norman messages from the grave. Tempted to slice up a man, the roughian just departed after Norman fired him from managing his motel at the foot of his mansion for using hard drugs and allowing others to bring them to rooms and have wild parties ~ Well, I don’t kill people anymore, reminds Norman of his young new female room mate. And just as one uncertain about whether Norman really realizes what she just realized about the fact that he killed and dead mother did not, the young dumb girl decides to take a shower. A second horror film of the series which also decides to use a spectre of realism just like the first Psycho I. The prior and fired motel manager of Bates does not treat Norman with the kind of respect Mary, the former star of a film about a group of people who rip off the mafia, Bound. All vertigo camera shots make one feel a little dizzy. That part of the film here is no different as a variety of the shots here which depict the fresh painted yellow house exhibit. And then perhaps that a part of the psychological goal of Hitchcock which a trope he may did exhibit for the purpose to make people behave ~ A peaceful man, Hitchcock would not have liked real life evil persons, his theoretical approach to film-making an exercise for and not against humanity.
Mary Sanders the room mate of Norman Bates seems like a good enough girl. The ghost of mother does not tend to adore women who do not adhere to the most conservative of Amish guideline. And the ghost of the other mother does not like promiscuous teenagers either. The suspense thriller aspect of the small town people continue to say that despite a few missing persons dredged at the bottom of a farm pond or other that the man who murdered did not ever commit murder. The older woman who tries to tell police of the dilemma of a murdered teenage boy now faces a whole new set of evidential circumstance. Perhaps the tryst of the twist. But as blood erupts, the stomach of the horror soap opera turns after water overflows from one place. As Norman works hard to make a good life for himself, Mary his girl or live in room mate explores the mansion for the purpose or reason behind each successive delusion the two both experience.