Psycho Series Reviewed

Thinking of watching the Psycho movies? Here at All Horror we already watched and reviewed the entire series, and ranked them best to worst. We built AllHorror specifically to help you find the horror movies you're most likely to love. Check out our spoiler-free "Worth Watching" reviews below. All reviews are short and written to give you an idea of what kind of movie each part of the Psycho franchise is and what other movies it's similar to, just so you know what to expect. And nearly all movie reviews in the Psycho series include videos from other reviewers, so you get multiple opinions from the horror community.

Psycho (1998) Review

It's the same exact movie as the original Psycho from 1960, virtually frame for frame, word for word. Psycho was directed by Gus Van Sant and stars Vince Vaughn (from The Cell), Anne Heche (from Nothing Left To Fear) and Julianne Moore (from C...

Psycho 4: The Beginning (1990) Review

It’s about Norman Bates’ life as a kid and how his mother drove him to madness. Psycho 4: The Beginning was directed by Mick Garris (who also directed Valerie on the Stairs, Desperation, Sleepwalkers) and stars Anthony Perkins (from I'm D...

Psycho 3 (1986) Review

It’s about a new group of people that come around the Bates Motel looking for a cheap place to stay, only to find themselves being chased around by a dude in a dress. Psycho 3 was directed by Anthony Perkins and stars Anthony Perkins (from Ps...

Psycho 2 (1983) Review

It’s about the life of Norman Bates after he’s released from the loony bin 22 years after being locked up at the end of the original Psycho from 1960. Psycho II was directed by Richard Franklin (who also directed Visitors, Roadgames and Patr...

Psycho Review (1960)

It’s about an encounter between an embezzling clerk and a motel owner, and the aftermath. Psycho was directed by Alfred Hitchcock (who also directed The Birds and Frenzy) and stars Anthony Perkins (from I'm Dangerous Tonight), Vera Miles (fr...

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