Saturday, March 31, 2012

Horror Movies for the weekend

The Amityville Horror (1979) and The Changelling(1980), I kill two birds here not with one stone but pulling out its heads and sucking its little bones. Movies very representative of those years. Allright, now we can say "The typical film with a mansion possessed by strange entities" but in those years the movie was absolutely not typical. I still remember that image of ball taking the steps of stair down little by little,  one by one, portent so what it's going to happen at a house where, assuming, no one's live there.

The Thing (1982), for me the best one John Carpenter's film. Perfectly acclimatized, it tell us the terror story came from the space. I find some resemblances with "Invasion of the body snatchers". Distrust your buddy, he might not  be who you think

7 comments:

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  2. I don't like horror movies, they scare the shit out of me.

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  3. Never been a big horror person, but I should probably watch these. They *are* the classics.

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  4. same with stewa here. i should grow some balls damn it.

    also have you checked the new Omen movie? not that new but the newer version

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  5. 'Amityville' had a remake, but my friends didn't like it as far as I remember.

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  6. Yes, they are old horror movies which I like.

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  7. I love Carpenter's 'The Thing'. Anyone seen the new one, is it any good?

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