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Monday, January 25, 2021

Wacky Colors and Nuns Aplenty in ‘Psycho III’! [Horror Queers Podcast]

Mother 2.0.

Our month of 3s (to celebrate the podcast’s third year of existence) started with a bang with our longest episode ever (on Wes Craven’s Scream 3), and then got weird with Anthony Hickox’s Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth. So what better way to celebrate our third week of 3s than with Anthony Perkins‘ directorial debut: the darkly comedic slasher Psycho III?

In the film, which takes place one month after the events of Psycho II, Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is still running the Bates Motel with the corpse of Emma Spool still sitting up in the house. A suicidal nun (Diana Scarwid), with whom Norman falls in love, comes to the motel along with a drifter named Duane Duke (Jeff Fahey). A reporter (Roberta Maxwell) also tries to solve the mysterious disappearance of Mrs. Spool as someone begins another murder spree.

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Episode 109 – Psycho 3 (1986)

We’re in our third week of 3s, and what better way to celebrate than with good ol’ Norman Bates himself in Anthony Perkins’ directorial debut Psycho III? Despite the film’s iconic opening line, there has to be a God, right? Otherwise, we wouldn’t have this darkly comedic entry in the Psycho franchise!

Join us as we delve deep into the closeted life of Anthony Perkins, look for queerness in his unique directing style (so many colors and fun transitions!), lament the rushed third act and become flabbergasted at one of the most incoherent exposition dumps ever put on film.

Plus, suicidal nuns, Jeff Fahey’s teeth, bloody ice, strategically placed purple lamps and the franchise’s very own Gale Weathers in Roberta Maxwell’s ambitious journalist Tracy Venable. This is a wild one, y’all!


Cross out Psycho III!

Coming up on Wednesday: Our month of 3s concludes as we discuss the controversial third entry in the Alien franchise with David Fincher’s Alien3 (1992)! Please note that we’ll be covering the Extended Cut of the film as opposed to the Theatrical Cut.

– Joe & Trace

P.S. Subscribe to our Patreon for tons of additional content! We’ve already revealed the results of the 2020 Hereditaries (our horror version of the Oscars), warned of our audio commentary on Final Destination 3 and had an intense conversation about Promising Young Woman. We’ll close out the month with episodes on Servant (yay!) and The Stand (meh).



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/podcasts/3648609/psycho-3-horror-queers-podcast/

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