5 Criminally Overlooked Horror Films

Because I’m always looking for some good film writing elsewhere in the WordPressosphere. Here’s a post that’s well worth your time.

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Listed below are five great horror movies that are hardly ever mentioned when talks of great horror movies arise.  Part of my reason for coming up with this list was to avoid a potentially horrific situation in the future. Say I find myself in a room full of movie geeks 20 years from and not one of them has heard of any of these movies.  Can you imagine what a sad day that would be?

It is my hope that this list will float throughout the blogosphere and land on others radars, thus spreading the word about these must-see and rarely mentioned horror films.  Hopefully with the publishing of this list I have taken one step further towards avoiding that horrific outcome mentioned above and have given people an alternative to the popular classics.

Who Can Kill A Child? (1976)

Forget about Children of The Corn, Village of The Damned

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One Response to 5 Criminally Overlooked Horror Films

  1. vancinema says:

    Dan Zukovic’s “DARK ARC”, a bizarre and disturbing modern noir dark comedy called “Absolutely brilliant…truly and completely different…” in Film Threat, was recently released on DVD through Vanguard Cinema(http://www.vanguardcinema.com/darkarc/darkarc.htm), and is currently
    debuting on Cable Video On Demand. The film had it’s World Premiere at the Montreal Festival, and it’s US Premiere at the Cinequest Film Festival. Featuring Sarah Strange (“White Noise”), Kurt Max Runte (“X-Men”, “Battlestar Gallactica”,) and Dan Zukovic (director and star of the cult comedy “The Last Big Thing”). Featuring the glam/punk tunes “Dark Fruition”, “Ire and Angst” and “F.ByronFitzBaudelaire”, and a dark orchestral score by Neil Burnett.

    TRAILER : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPeG4EFZ4ZM

    ***** (Five stars) “Absolutely brilliant…truly and completely different…something you’ve never tasted
    before…” Film Threat
    “A black comedy about a very strange love triangle” Seattle Times
    “Consistently stunning images…a bizarre blend of art, sex, and opium, “Dark Arc” plays like a candy-coloured
    version of David Lynch. ” IFC News
    “Sarah Strange is as decadent as Angelina Jolie thinks she is…Don’t see this movie sober!” Metroactive Movies
    “Equal parts film noir intrigue, pop culture send-up, brain teaser and visual feast. ” American Cinematheque

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