3 Iconic Horror Films

The Birds, 1963

The Birds, 1963

You could, of course, recall another Hitchcock hit, “Psycho,” but with “The Birds” I have my own story. I don’t like birds. I’m even afraid of them. And who’s going to love them when they keep trying to bump into your head? To my horror, for some feathered friends, this mission was quite successful. And the main character of this film, Melanie, has tasted all the pleasures of “communicating” with seagulls, swallows, and crows. Hitchcock to create this picture, inspired by a real incident in 1961, when. A California town was attacked by hundreds of petrels, attacking passersby and crashing into buildings. At the time, it was explained that the birds had been poisoned by toxins and had simply gone insane. But how to explain the fact that crows and pigeons are still bumping into heads today? I, alas, cannot.

Omen/The Omen, 1976

Omen/The Omen, 1976

Of course, we are more familiar with the 2006 version with Liev Schreiber and Julia Stiles. But this film was actually made thirty years after the original, with Roman Holiday star Gregory Peck. The story revolves around American diplomat Robert Thorne and his wife. Catherine, after learning that their child died in childbirth in Italy. Thorne, listening to the local priest, decides to take the infant, born on June 6 at 6 a.m., for adoption. He doesn’t tell his wife about the switch. And five years later, he begins to notice that there is something wrong with his son. Damien’s nanny dies, a new one appears on the doorstep, and, inexplicably, a scary dog hangs around. Robert begins his own investigation to figure out who this child he adopted is. The film, by the way, has an Oscar for Best Soundtrack.

The Shining, 1980

The Shining, 1980

Stephen King is the master of creepiness and horror, and when his character is embodied by Jack Nicholson, it’s magic. An absolutely crazy look in Stanley Kubrick’s film, you can’t go to bed anymore. You won’t be able to after watching it. As in King’s other hit, “1408,” the action here takes place in a hotel. Where writer Jack Torrance (played by Nicholson) comes to get a temporary job. Therefore, despite warnings that the hotel’s former caretaker had gone off the rails and killed his family. Jack decides to stay here with his family—his wife and son. And here we go. Unexplained events and also communication with otherworldly hallucinations and whispered voices. Therefore, the climax is one of the most famous movie scenes, the maze chase.

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