New York Times - 07/02/1986
"...Lean, serviceable, stripped-down....PSYCHO III expresses its appreciation of its Hitchcock legacy without seeming to rip it off..."
Variety - 07/02/1986
"...[Perkins gives an] amusing and clearly self-amused performance in his patented role. Every little quirk, raised eyebrow and hesitation has been considered well and time for generally comic effect..."
Picking up where PSYCHO II left off, the Bates Motel is again the site of some nasty doings as the rehabilitated Norman, who has installed a new ice machine, attempts to put his life back together. Old habits die hard, however, in this sequel marking the directorial debut of Anthony Perkins.