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Street Date 9/25/23

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Shattering expectations and shocking audiences around the world, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho changed the face of cinema in 1960. It remains one of the most iconic and influential movies ever made.

Twenty three years later, Australian filmmaker Richard Franklin (Patrick, Road Games) boldly followed in the master’s footsteps and directed Psycho II, a sequel that not only delivered on the promise of his earlier films, but also lived up to Hitchcock’s original. Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is declared sane and released from the facility in which he was being held, despite the complaints of Lila Loomis (née Crane, Vera Miles) sister of Norman’s most famous victim. All Norman wants to do is live quietly and productively as a normal member of society. But is returning to the house he once shared with his mother, and running the motel that was the site of so many murders, really a good idea? Is he cured, or will he kill again?

Psycho III would see Anthony Perkins himself take the franchise’s reins for his directorial debut, bringing a stylish flair that suggested his time working with not only Alfred Hitchcock, but Orson Welles and Ken Russell had been well spent. A fallen nun (Diana Scarwid as Maureen Coyle), a sleazy drifter (Jeff Fahey as Duane Duke), and a curious reporter looking for a scoop (Roberta Maxwell as Tracy Venables) all arrive at the Bates Motel and ‘Mother’ is less than happy, especially when Norman begins to fall in love. Meanwhile, Psycho IV: The Beginning, written by Joseph Stefano (screenwriter of the 1960 original) and directed by master of horror Mick Garris, returns to the primal scene to show us how it all began in Anthony Perkins’ final franchise appearance. Rehabilitated and happily married, Norman Bates has finally escaped from the overbearing influence of his abusive mother. But his wife is pregnant, and Norman finds himself afraid that the child will inherit his mental illness. When he hears talk radio host Fran Ambrose (CCH Pounder) discussing the topic of matricide, Norman calls in under a false name, to tell his story. Starring Henry Thomas (E.T.) as young Norman and Olivia Hussey (Black Christmas) as his mother, Norma.

Featuring all new restorations of Psycho II, III and IV from the original camera negatives, Arrow Video invites you back inside the Bates Motel and wishes you a very pleasant stay.

High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentations of all four films
New 4K restorations of Psycho II, Psycho III and Psycho IV from the original camera negatives
Original lossless mono and DTS:X audio options for Psycho, stereo and 5.1 options for Psycho II and Psycho III, and stereo audio for Psycho IV
Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
Reversible sleeves featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matt Griffin
Double-sided posters for each film featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matt Griffin -9 postcard sized reproduction art cards
120-page perfect bound collector’s book featuring new writing by film critics John-Paul Checkett and Johnny Mains plus select archival material.

Disc 1 – PSYCHO
Audio commentary with Stephen Rebello, author of Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho
The Making of Psycho documentary - In the Master's Shadow: Hitchcock’s Legacy featurette
Hitchcock / Truffaut audio interview with scenes from the movie
Newsreel Footage: The Release of Psycho featurette
The Shower Scene: With & Without Music featurette
The Shower Sequence, storyboards by Saul Bass image gallery
Psycho Sound featurette
The Psycho Archives image gallery
Posters and Psycho Ads image gallery
Lobby Cards image gallery
Behind the Scenes Photographs image gallery
Publicity Shots image gallery
Theatrical trailer
Re-release trailers

Disc 2 – PSYCHO II
New audio commentary by film critics Michael Brooke and Johnny Mains
Archival audio commentary by screenwriter Tom Holland
Behind the Curtain: The Masters of Horror on Psycho, panel discussion with screenwriter Tom Holland and Psycho IV director Mick Garris moderated by Robert V. Galluzzo
Giving Bloch His Due, interview with Chet Williams, author of Psycho: Sanitarium on the legacy of Norman Bates’ creator, author Robert Bloch
Anthony Perkins TV interview
Anthony Perkins audio interview
Richard Franklin audio interview
Richard Franklin On Set featurette
Richard Franklin scene commentary
A sequel to a Classic featurette
The House on the Hill featurette
Personality Profile: Anthony Perkins featurette
Personality Profile: Richard Franklin featurette
Still Crazy After all these Years
Behind the scenes featurette
Anthony Perkins interview
Vera Miles interview
Janet Leigh interview
Jerry Goldsmith demo
Trailers & TV spots
Image gallery
Audio press kit/promotional record
Record gallery

New Commentary by film critics Michael Brooke and Johnny Mains
Archival audio commentary by screenwriter Charles Edward Pogue
Carnival of the Heart, a new visual essay by film scholar Alexandra Heller Nicholas
Scream of Love, a new interview with composer Carter Burwell
Watch the Guitar, archival interview with actor Jeff Fahey
Patsy's Last Night, archival interview with actor Katt Shea
Mother's Maker, archival interview with special make-up effects artist Michael Westmore
Body Double, archival interview with actress Brinke Stevens
Original electronic press kit
Alternate opening
Theatrical trailer
TV spot
Image gallery

High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation of the film in director’s preferred 1.78:1 aspect ratio
Archival audio commentary with director Mick Garris, actor Henry Thomas, and actress Olivia Hussey
Death by Strings, new visual essay by author and critic Guy Adams on music across the franchise
The Making of Mother, an archival interview with make-up effects artist Tony Gardner
Behind-the-scenes footage
A Look at the Scoring of Psycho IV, archival featurette

High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation of the film in 1.33:1 TV aspect ratio

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