Cinemaforgotten Halloween list
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The 80s started really well when it came to horror movies. The great Stanley Kubrick shows what he can do when it comes to horror and it's absolutely amazing. Everything in this movie is well thought over, it's creepy and it has scenes you probably never forget. I can't praise this one enough, it's just one of the best horror ever made. Stephen King the writer of the shining was never satisfied how Kubrick portrayed his work, well maybe that was a good thing.
Andrzej Zulawski famous for European arthouse movies, really made something special here. How he got Isabelle Adjani to act the way she did in this movie is a miracle and one of the best acting performances I have ever seen. An American Mark comes home to his wife and discovers his wife wants a divorce. She starts to act real strange and more bizarre every day, so Mark get's suspicious destined to find out what's going on. Every horror fan should see this one!
A masterpiece of John Carpenter and a very entertaining one. Great special effects that are not even annoying today when watching it. A group of American scientists find some dead Norwegians and a strange out of the ordinary mutilated body. They take it with them to research what happened. Not knowing they just invited an alien entity into their base. Paranoia and mistrust between the characters really makes you sit on the edge of your seat. Don't miss this one!
A nightmare on elm street
The second Cronenberg movie on the list, and this is quite the surreal one. Going back when television still meant something and VHS and Betamax where competing. A sleazy manager of a cable television station stumbles across a mysterious torture porn broadcast somewhere in Asia. He thinks this might be a big breakthrough and want to use this material, that's when his life take some bizarre turns. A surreal movie with a super hot Debby Harry.....I'm definitely in