By Roger Hauser
Usually the horror seems with out knocking. This striking choice offers numerous classics, all- time masterpieces and cult motion pictures recognized in basic terms by way of specialists. take pleasure in this beautiful horror menu and get ready to tremble.
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It was 1976; American cinema was beginning to leave prejudices aside and dare discover the human body with pleasure. This film celebrates puberty with a few spurts of blood. • - 28 - The Tenant (Le locataire, France, 1976) Roman Polanski The new tenant of an apartment previously rented by a suicidal woman fears his neighbors will try to induce him into paranoia and end up killing himself too. It is perhaps Polanski’s most brilliant and risky film. Slow and full of amusing twists, it leaves room for the grotesque.
It was nominated for ten Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and seven Golden Globes, winning four, including Best Drama. Friedkin went as far as to freeze the set so that actors would actually shiver and have their breaths truly coming out of their mouths. The way the film depicts malice is so serious and theologically correct that it causes an unquestionably credible terror. It does not break down preconceptions, it recreates them. • - 23 - The Wicker Man (UK, 1973) Robin Hardy A provocative and somewhat weird British cult film, it smartly analyses the double attribute of religions: essential for human hope and, at the same time, cause of social conflicts stemming from intolerance and impositions.
The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar portrays experimental hypnosis imitating death and causing a dangerous supernatural threat. In short: Poe at his best. • - 15 - What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (USA, 1962) Robert Aldrich An actress is forgotten by the public and her sister becomes a star. The later is, however, bedridden as a result of a mysterious accident. Her unsuccessful sister takes care of her and enjoys tormenting her, as she is determined to blame all her own misfortunes on the sister.
50 Horror Films. The must-sees, those that changed the genre and those that made history by Roger Hauser