Tag Archives: horror

208. Let the Right One In (2008)

Twelve year-old Oskar is a lonely, bullied little boy, until he meets Eli, a mysterious and eccentric girl, who moves in next door. A spate of bloody murders in the town seem to coincide with her arrival with her guardian, … Continue reading

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196. The Fog (1980)

The small fishing town on Antonio Bay is celebrating its centenary, when odd things start happening – phones ringing at the same time, lights going on and off, and most mysteriously, a huge fog bank out to sea, that seems … Continue reading

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190. Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Waif-like Rosemary and her husband Guy move into the creepy, gothic Bramford building. Rosemary soon makes friends with a young woman, Terry, who lives with an elderly couple, Roman and Minnie Castevet, in the apartment next door. When returning after … Continue reading

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184. The Skin I Live In (2011)

I am always partial to a Pedro Almodóvar film, even if one of my friends refers to them as no better than ‘melodramatic claptrap’. I am beginning to wonder what he’d make of this, possibly the maddest of all Almodóvar’s movies… Like a … Continue reading

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176. Cloverfield (2008)

Monster movies are a very hit and miss affair – for every Jaws, there’s a Megashark, and for every King Kong, there’s a man in an ape costume… The best monster movie rule is that the film is often better … Continue reading

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166. Godzilla (1998)

I have to admit to a certain fondness to the Japanese Godzilla movies from the 50s and 60s, but although this is a bit slick and Hollywood, it still maintains the cheesy horror sci-fi of the originals. Most of the … Continue reading

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160. The Vault of Horror (1973)

Five men take a lift, which takes them to a basement room, but without a button to call the lift back. Resigned to the fact they may be there for a while, they take advantage of the situation, by making … Continue reading

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