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Psycho IV: The Beginning (1990)

Norman Bates recalls his childhood with his abusive mother while fearing his unborn child will inherit his split personality disorder.

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  • Genre: Horror | Mystery
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.16G
  • Resolution: 1280x720 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 96
  • IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for Psycho IV: The Beginning (1990) 720p

Norman Bates returns for this prequel, once more having mommy trouble. This time around he is invited to share memories of mom with a radio talk show host, but the PSYCHO fears that he may kill again for his beloved is impregnated with his child and Norman cannot let another PSYCHO loose in the civilized world.


The Director and Players for Psycho IV: The Beginning (1990) 720p

[Director]Mick Garris
[Role:]Anthony Perkins
[Role:]CCH Pounder
[Role:]Henry Thomas


The Reviews for Psycho IV: The Beginning (1990) 720p


Reviewed byrreeder-3Vote: 6/10/10

My father first rented this film in the summer of 1991. I was about tenyears old when I watched it. I didn't understand most of it, but I likedit.I just re-watched it within the last few months as result of a sparkedinterest in both the movies and the books.

I liked how this film dove into Norman Bates's troubled past (that ofcourseis an understatement). That was probably the best aspect of the film, notmuch else. I liked how Anthony Perkins once again reprised his signaturerole as Norman Bates after suffering that horrid humiliation from PsychoIII. Olivia Hussey was wicked in this movie as Norman's mother. She musthave taken lessons from Faye Dunaway in her role as Joan Crawford in MommieDearest. The way she yelled at him and stripped poor Norman of his manhoodwas just awful. But yet, she managed to stay human in certain scenes of themovie and not be such a demon. Henry Thomas did somewhat a good job playingNorman Bates as a teenager, but his performance lacked the geeky,child-likecharm that Anthony Perkins had in the original film.

As for the rest of the actors, well, most of them aren't worth mentioning.Except for Thomas Schuster, who played Chet Rudolph, Norma Bates's midnightcowboy. His character was very cocky and rude, the kind of guy you love tohate. The kind of man mom would bring home and expect you to call dad,whichin Norman's case was true. But that never came to pass, if you know thestory line.

Director Mick Garris is no Alfred Hitchcock. He is no Richard Franklineither. But he does manage to deliver a good addition to the Psycho series.Not as good as Psycho or Psycho II, but good enough.

Reviewed byTelevisionJunkieVote: 10/10/10

For those who like to nitpick, there are tons of continuity problems in thisfilm from what was established in the other films. As a fan of the series,I noticed many of them myself during the first viewing. But if you lookpast all that, this truly is a fantastic film. More of a sequel to theoriginal than to "Psycho III" (although they sort-of mention the last one),we get the backstory on Norma Bates -- the overbearing mother that drove herson insane. Told through flashback sequences while Norman is reminiscing toa radio-show host, this film delved into the mind of the man who'sremembered as a monster and made him more of a sympathetic character --though I think everyone who likes the series already took sympathy on thepoor man. And we finally get to see what makes a madmanmad....

Perkins, as always, was in top form playing the character that killed hiscareer. Olivia Hussey was brilliant in the role of Norma. Hussey'sperformance was riveting -- kind and loving one moment, cruel and loathingthe next -- a schizophrenic delight to watch. Henry Thomas did a wonderfuljob playing the young Norman, showing what the character was like before hewent totally over the edge. And CCH Pounder as the radio-host with a heartgives a fantastic performance as the woman who knew what was going on butwas helpless to do anything about it....

Now on to the gripes that people keep bringing up.... Yes, there areinconsistancies with events as they were described in the other films. Buthe's on a radio show -- does anyone who knows they're on the radio reallytell the whole truth? Olivia Hussey has gotten flack for her accent --though they never really say anywhere that she's American. Granted, thewoman who played her sister in II & III didn't have an accent, but she's notreally mentioned here.... And Henry Thomas has gotten reamed for not actingenough like Perkins did in the original -- but the first film took placeafter the events that occurred in this one. People do change and by thetime the first film took place, he was totally off the deep end. If youforget about II & III and don't mind the incest themes, this is a wonderfulsequel.

Finally, why isn't this one on DVD yet? The other three films have been onDVD for a while, including the cropped-screen release of III. I'd like toreplace my crummy Goodtimes Video VHS....

Reviewed by23skidoo-4Vote: 7/10/10

Psycho IV was the swan song for America's favorite nutcase, as AnthonyPerkins died of AIDS complications only a year or so after making it. Butthe character goes out in style.

In many ways it appears this film ignores the events of Psycho II and IIIinfavor of a "where is he now" story which leads into a flashback that inpartexplains why Norman went crazy.

Tony Perkins gives a sympathetic performance as Norman. You actually feelsorry for him, particularly at the end (which I won't give away). Has hereformed? Is he still crazy?

Olivia Hussey, meanwhile, is marvelous as his insane mother. She's stilloneof the most underappreciated actresses in movies today, and there's a sceneof her standing in a downpour in which she looks exactly like she did whenshe played Juliet back in 1968. Her scenes with Henry Thomas are full oftension -- including sexual tension, making much of this film anuncomfortable viewing experience. But you don't watch a Psycho movie torelax, do you? Argentine-born, British-raised Hussey also has one of thesexiest voices ever put on film -- although it's a bit odd hearing amidwestern woman having a British accent.

The rest of the supporting cast is also good, especially CCH Pounder as atalk radio host who attracts the attention of Norman.

My only real disappointment is they should have shot the flashbacks inblackand white, as several scenes intentionally reflect the original film(Normanspies on his mother making love using the famous peep hole and also stabs agirl in much the same way (music included) that he killed Janet Leigh intheoriginal film).

A fitting send off for one of the most terrifying characters in cinemahistory. I must go now ... my mother is calling me.

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