Bates Motel returns tonight with the penultimate installment “Underwater”, as the Bates family deal with the aftermath of Norma finding Zach’s body in the bed last week, and the subsequent fallout with the enigmatic and uber-creepy Jake Abernathy.
Well, there was no shortage of dead bodies on this week's Bates Motel; be they stuffed or embalmed. It's interesting, self-actualization, or at the very least, self-assurance, seemed to be the thematic name of the game in tonight's episode. For some, it w more
Bates Motel returned tonight with another solid episode in “A Boy and His Dog”, as the proceedings really start ramping up for the season finale. I can’t believe we’re already only two weeks away from seeing this great new series take it’s leave from our more
After the showdown between Norman, Dylan, Norma and Deputy Shelby, it seemed as if the family's troubles in their new town had finally reached an apex. When Sheriff Romero arrives at the Bates Motel and finds Dylan injured, holding a gun and his dep more
Part II of my weekly ‘This Week In Horror’ column. For mini-recaps of ‘The Following,’ ‘Bates Motel,’ and ‘Hannibal,’ see Part I.
Welcome to This Week In Horror! In this two-part column I dissect (pun intended) the most popular blood-soaked shows on television. Part I will be a series of mini-recaps outlining the highlights... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Jefferson_Grub more
It's interesting, as the series progresses, Bates Motel is feeling less and less connected to the source material.The show was designed to be its own animal, of course, and, again, often feels more like a Twin Peaks "strange people in a strange town" dram more
Sometimes really good TV Shows can become really great TV shows with a single episode, tonight Bates Motel crossed that rarely approached threshold with the episode "The Truth". From episode one, Bates has really managed to set itself apart from the trapp more