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Psycho IV: The Beginning Coming to DVD

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Well Psycho IV when you watch it closely it strays from PSYCHO.
I disagree.

Psycho IV was one of the best horror prequels I've ever seen and it brought a wonderful close to the Perkins series. Plus he got off some fantastic lines. Mick Garris really did the film justice and the cast was pitch-perfect. Henry Thomas as young Norman and Olivia Hussey as "mother".
Well if you haven't seen Psycho IV your not missing too much
I keep hearing that but they've got nothing on *any* of their sites about it. Not even their distribution site.
I'm surprised that they don't wait though, to release them all together. Isn't "Psycho" coming out on the Universal Legacy series in October?
So... will there be a box set of 1-4... finally for us silly americans??
We've had it as part of the Psycho Collection for a couple of years (and on its own disc, as all the others are).  For a cable movie it's a worthy addition to the series and worth owning.
Well as a fan of Anthony Perkins I will buy it.  I am excited.  
Psycho 4 was a made-for-cable movie and therefore a 4:3 aspect
A fairly decent series of sequels never coming remotely close to the classic original
Psycho IV: The Beginning Coming to DVD
Not sure if this has been approved for release yet; but Psycho IV is finally coming to DVD. Fans rejoice!

In August, a two disc, three film trilogy of the Pyscho sequels will be hitting DVD from Universal. No extras, of course but on the plus side; it won't be on dual-sided discs.