50 Horror Films. The must-sees, those that changed the genre by Roger Hauser

By Roger Hauser

Usually the horror appears to be like with no knocking. This extraordinary choice provides various classics, all- time masterpieces and cult movies recognized in simple terms through specialists. get pleasure from this beautiful horror menu and get ready to tremble.

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Let the Right One In leads us to believe in vampires and their plausible real existence. If they were to rise from their tombs, we would see them just as they are, complete and unadorned. We would understand the suffering experienced by those who cannot find their own place. This film is tremendously contemporary, and not only has it already become a classic, but it has also renewed the genre forever. Two years later, an American remake copied every scene. It was appreciated, although, even if unusual, perfection does not need re-interpretations.

Based on Henry James’ work, the story is artfully ambiguous and induces watchers to question issues not easy to address. The film invites viewers to read the intonations, gestures and stares of the leading actress, and more than once it is necessary to interpret events by mere assumptions. Even though Deborah Kerr is out of her comfort zone in this role, she remains brilliant. • - 14 - Tales of Terror (USA, 1962) Roger Corman Austerity is such a typical trait with Corman, that sometimes the setting of one of his movies can be recognized in another one.

Along the way, they are attacked by a family of cannibals. With a budget of 140 thousand dollars, it raised more than 30 millions, only in the United States. Due to its explicit violence it was banned in some countries, namely in Australia and the United Kingdom. Before regaining acceptance, many considered this film to be an old cheap comedy made with a chainsaw. Special effects were modest, true, due to the low budget; so much so that once, when the crew had difficulty making fake blood drip from a prop knife, one of the actors hurt himself on a finger with a razor to provide the blood needed.

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