Must-see Films for Halloween
Want a break from typical horror films? I recommend watching these gems.
- •Les yeux sans visage - 1959Directed by Georges Franju, this French film is beautifully haunting from start to finish.
- •Basket Case - 1983A ridiculous film about Siamese twins who are separated, and one brother carries the other in a basket. This was an actual franchise.
- •Ginger Snaps - 2000A film about sisters who have to deal with puberty and turning into werewolves. It's a classic!
- •The Hunger - 1983Catherine Deneuve and David Bowie as sexy ass vampires. Need I say more?
- •Housebound - 2014A horror comedy out of New Zealand. I won't spoil this one...Just watch it!
- •Martin - 1977One of Romero's early films. His take on the classic vampire mythology is compelling and super creepy.
- •The Fearless Vampire Killers - 1967Polanski's take on vampires in Central Europe is humorous. Nothing like his classic, Rosemary's Baby.
- •The Monster Squad - 1987Typical 80s film but some of the one-liners are top notch!
- •May - 2002A film about a slightly awkward girl who tries to connect with those around her. The ending is haunting.
- •Any film with Vincent PriceYou can't go wrong!