Some more casting news has come in for A&E's new series "Bates Motel," and we have the skinny on just who will be the next to sign their name in the register and then take a shower. Not necessarily in the order!
Finally, after months of waiting, an actor has been cast to portray Norman Bates in the A&E series "Bates Motel." Lord knows Anthony Perkins left some really big shoes to fill. Don't even get us started on Vince Vaughn. Henry Thomas was decent though. Anyway, next up...
The first bit of artwork for A&E's "Bates Motel" series has appeared online via THR, and we have it for you right here. Click, sign in at the register, and get your key. Don't blame us if you go a little mad. We all go a little mad sometimes.
A director has been found to take the reins of the one-hour pilot of A&E's upcoming "Bates Motel" series based upon everyone's favorite psycho, Norman Bates, and his over-possessive mother who's known to go a little mad sometimes.
Taissa Farmiga made a pretty big splash in last season's "American Horror Story," and now her big sister, Vera (The Departed, Orphan, The Conjuring), is heading to the small screen as well, playing Norma Bates in A&E's upcoming "Bates Motel" series.
Few films have managed to keep their spotlight burning quite like Alfred Hitchcock's legendary Psycho. Even decades later, the film can be found on numerous top ten lists from critics and fans alike. Recently our friends at Open Road Media sent the following video our way! Dig it!
The Master of Suspense – Sir Alfred Hitchcock – would be turning 113 on August 13, 2012, and Encore Suspense plans to celebrate his birthday by showcasing his classic films for 13 nights in a row. Beginning August 1, a different Alfred Hitchcock thriller will air nightly at 8:00 pm ET/PT.
While walking the streets at this year's Comic-Con, we've run across many strange and cool things. One thing that caught our eye in particular was this lovely lady who was handing out bars of soap in promotion of the upcoming A&E series "Bates Motel."
NBC is getting into the Hannibal Lecter business, and now A&E is going to delve into the origins of cinema’s greatest Psycho, Norman Bates. “Lost” writer Carlton Cruse and “Friday Night Lights” writer-producer Kerry Ehrin will serve as the executive producers brave enough to reopen the “Bates Motel”.
Ever have a wet dream in full 1080p high definition? Well, if you're an Alfred Hitchcock fan, you're about to, as Universal is releasing a limited time Blu-ray box set of some of the greatest films in the director's career! Read on for details.
"It's not like my mother is a maniac or a raving thing. She just goes a little mad sometimes. We all go a little mad sometimes. Haven't you?" These are my absolute favorite movie lines of all time, and even though the source is decades old, we're still learning about it.
It Came from the Internet: Evil Dead 2 Rotoscoped! Nicolas Cage's Manager! Norman Bates Motel Advice!
Sometimes we come across videos in our daily sweep of the wondrous series of tubes call the Internet that we just HAVE to share with you guys. Get ready for three fine examples of web-based goodness that you're bound to watch again... and again... and again....
Some more news coming in for A&E's crack at the legendary tale of everyone's most notorious mama's boy, "Bates Motel". Read on for the first details about who will be there managing the front desk!
Really interesting stuff has slipped online today pertaining to Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece of terror Psycho. Apparently longer, bloodier, and racier scenes exist in the German cut of the film, and we have every one of them for you right here.
Does anybody here remember Mick Garris' Psycho IV: The Beginning? It was a prequel of sorts to the original Psycho detailing just how Norman ... well ... became Norman. If you can't recall, don't worry! A&E is looking to remind you once again with a new prequel series.