5 Scary Movies You May Not Know
Halloween is a day to distribute decorative candy, dress as Daenerys Targaryen , or Donald Trump , and watching horror films. But this kind of fear? Even bad horror films offer moments that can make you jump out of your skin, such as hospital scene of Fame say otherwise Exorcist III . But really great horror films are after some grandiose thing . They want to get under your skin and stay there.
The 1930s produced classic horror pictures like the original Frankenstein with Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi Dracula , but none packs wallop in the history of Tod Browning on an intriguing trapeze artist who marries a successful sideshow midget to get his money . Greed brings the wrath of his colleagues, played by real monsters called artists – carny with real deformations
Eyes Without a Face (1960)
Talk about a killer premise. In this French classic, a mad plastic surgeon begins grabbing women and the elimination of their faces in an attempt to graft on his daughter, who was disfigured in an accident
The Birds (1963)
Yes, Psycho makes you shout louder , but Alfred Hitchcock draws a current deepest anxiety in this story of a socialite ( Tippi Hedren ) for delivery of lovebirds a bright lawyer (Rod Taylor) seems to trigger a series of malevolence , incredibly violent bird attacks around Bodega Bay , California. Taut with suspense and macabre surprise, it interpretable endless film (based on Daphne du Maurier story ) changes the way you see the world .
Don’t Look Now (1973)
Here is a classic of the horror that lives atmosphere of fear it creates. Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie play a married couple who , after the death of their young daughter , travel to Venice ; through various mediums and observations , they come to believe that their daughter is trying to communicate with them. Directed with astonishing virtuosity by Nicolas Roeg – that jumps between past , present and the future, between the horrible death and legendary sex scene film evokes not only incomparably sinister Venice, but in his teaser image of the girl in the red coat , offers one of the most disturbing images in modern films.
The Tenant (1976)
You can not think without thinking scary Roman Polanski, including Rosemary ‘s baby demon is a well visited landmark and whose psycho slasher film, Repulsion , still scares the heck out of me. Yet his scariest film is probably celui-