I’m ashamed that it’s taken me 12 episodes of this series to realize the significance of the Bates’ basement and it’s connection to Psycho. I feel like I should get points for noticing (and appreciating) the nod to Hitchcock in this episode’s title, though. That should count for something. Right?
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Welcome back to White Pine Bay and the mercurial world that surrounds the eventually infamous Bates Motel. Before I get started on my review, you can click here to check out my reviews from last season of A&E’s Psycho “pre-imagining” series.
When we last left teenage Norman Bates, he had just murdered his teacher and had a difficult time processing how close his brother was getting to Bradley, the hot girl in school who took Norman’s v-card. Continue reading
Posted in Bates Motel, Matt Hurt's Columns, Television Reviews
Tagged A&E, Bates Motel, Freddie Highmore, Gone But Not Forgotten, Max Thieriot, Nestor Carbonell, nicola peltz, Norman Bates, Season 2, Vera Farmiga
Release Date: June 27, 2014
Director: Michael Bay
Written By: Ehren Kruger
Transformers: Age of Extinction stars Mark Wahlberg, Jack Reynor, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles, Li Bingbing and T.J. Miller.
“Guys, where did all the (Bumble)bees go?”
What is there really to say about the new Transformers: Age of Extinction trailer? Continue reading
Posted in Editorials, Mike White's Columns
Tagged Age of Extinction, Autobots, Bumblebee, Dark of the Moon, Decepticons, Dinobots, Duke, Ehren kruger, Grimlock, Kelsey Grammer, Mark Wahlberg, Megatron, Michael Bay, nicola peltz, Optimus Prime, paramount, Revenge of the Fallen, Sequel, Shia Lebeouf, Sophia Myles, stanley tucci, Strafe, Swoop, T.J. Miller, trans4mers, Transformers