Today we have listed ten ten tense films about the occult side of the world for you to watch. Inserting in the genres of terror and suspense, the works cited below raise plots about what is most confusing about existence and its greatest mysteries, besides having options that also study the supernatural issue contained in the world. It is worth pointing out that all the films remembered are remarkable as great options. Let’s go to the list!
10º – The Sentinel (Michael Winner, 1977)A young woman is looking for a new apartment to live in. Counting on a limited budget, she discovers a small old condominium that seems to be the solution to her problems, quickly moving into the place. The problem is that the place and its unusual neighbors will take away her quietness and part of her sanity. ‘The Sentinel’ uses several of the elements of the classic ‘Rosemary’s Baby’, elevating a gripping story that manages to frighten away because of the atmosphere created by mystery and strangeness. A great choice from the 1970s in the field of terror.
9º – The Others (Alejandro Amenábar, 2001)A family with strange habits has its routine changed after making sure that the house where they live is inhabited by ghosts. ‘The Others’ is a typical atmospheric terror, leaving all the gloomy charge emanating to the viewer working the climate that permeates the scenes. The psychological terror is also latent, increasing the emotional charge that the film needs. The insertion of this film in this list is due to its daring ending, which works to deconstruct all the pillars of its history.
8º – Rosemary’s Baby (Roman Polanski, 1968)A couple moves into a nice, quiet apartment, hoping to build their future steps on the site. However, the appearance of strange neighbors and the discovery of a pregnancy will bring cruel outlines to the couple’s life. A masterpiece of the 1960s, ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ is one of the greatest films of the horror genre. Its unique atmosphere, the atmosphere of paranoia emanating from each outdated scene and the unfolding of the plot make this work a pearl of Roman Polanski’s cinema.
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