From little pale girls to evil clowns…I don’t know what else could be scarier. “It” from 1990 ranks first in my classification of movie horror movies, simply because I watched it as a child myself, while my grandmother slept, on a black-and-white TV in a remote village in a house near a cemetery. In fact, that’s why I never laughed at clown shows anywhere as a child. Even in “Home Alone 2,” Tim Curry is scary as hell with his grin, and here as Pennywise, he’s scary as hell. This adaptation is a two-part film, and the action takes place in two time periods, the ’90s and the ’60s. Back in the 1960s, the main characters, teenagers from the Losers’ Club, had been banished by something that instilled various fears in them, but now it has returned, and not all of them are ready to face their fears again.
The Others, 2001
And this film, in my opinion, is the best about ghosts. Apparently, at the Goya Film Awards, they counted as well and gave the picture 8 awards. The setting is an old mansion where the mother of two, Grace, lives. It is 1945. The war is still going on, and their house is not quiet. At first, the servants disappear, a haze falls over the house, then some strange noises begin to be heard, and then a new maid appears who behaves very suspiciously. Grace’s children also have a hard time, they can’t stand the light, and one day Ann’s daughter sees a boy named Victor. Who is he? How does he end up in a mansion where all the doors are constantly locked? The coolest thing about this movie is, of course, the denouement, which turns everything upside down.
The Ring, 2002
How nice that we now have cell phones and can see who’s calling. And what a good thing that VCRs have faded into oblivion! Back then, in 2002, this was the movie everyone was talking about. There were so many parodies of the black-haired girl crawling out of the screen! In case you forgot or missed it, here’s the plot: Rachel, a journalist, and mother of a boy named Aiden, investigates a series of mysterious deaths of teenagers who died after watching a certain tape and a call from an unknown person that foretold death seven days later. Rachel herself watched the tape, too, and now she has just one week to save herself and her son.
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