The award-winning singer/songwriter stars in a stylish gender-reversed ode to Hitchcock's “Psycho” and TV's “Bates Motel.” See the premiere here!
The Oscar-winning director fused Hitchcock's 1960 classic with Gus Van Sant's shot-by shot 1998 remake to produce a mind-boggling new creation.
Many minimalist poster designs aren't trying to outdo the originals, but manage to communicate an effective message with just one central theme and lots of negative space. Here are five of our favorites (and one non-genre runner-up)!
At American International Toy Fair in New York City this week, Mike Drake, the Director of Special Projects at Mezco Toyz, shared with us one of their most bizarre hunts to make their upcoming roto plush Mother from Psycho completely accurate to Alfred Hitchcock’s classic horror thriller.
Perhaps the most exciting upcoming offering from Mezco is their Psycho plush doll, which is the very first Mrs. Bates collectible we've ever seen.
I don't know about you guys, but I am beyond stoked for the return of 'Bates Motel' on A&E, which kicks off its 2nd Season on March 3rd. As a die-hard Psycho fanatic (hell, I made a documentary about the entire original franchise), the funnest part of the show for me has been seeing what direction they take this new version of the story. By setting it in modern day and changing a few key aspects from the original movie, they've already created a unique new mythology and universe for these characters to flourish in. And because of that, anything goes!
Among the 'frighteningly realistic' on the list are Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer's titular character, No Country for Old Men's Anton Chigurh and M's Hans Beckert.
2013 was a huge year for the world of horror toys, and quite frankly I don’t think I’m out of line in saying that it was one of the very best years us horror fans/toy collectors have ever had the pleasure of experiencing.
I've never had the need for bookends before. My bookshelves are jam-packed so tight with books that there is no room for the books to slip. Then I saw this set and decided I needed to get rid of a few books
Long before Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga slipped into the roles of Norman and Norma Bates, there was another TV pilot titled 'The Bates Motel' from 1987 and after years of floating in obscurity and only being available on the bootleg market, it's finally been given a quiet DVD release via Universal's "Vault Series".