8º – Buried Alive (Frank Darabont, 1990)A man comes to the terrible conclusion that his wife and her lover are planning his death. Now, it will be up to him to find a smart alternative to keep breathing and also to give the change to both of them. Little known and directed for television, ‘Buried Alive’ is claustrophobic and presents that nostalgic dark atmosphere present in productions made for television of the genre of the 1990s.
7º – Intruder (Scott Spiegel, 1989)Workers in a supermarket find themselves trapped when a psychopath starts killing one by one during the night on the spot. Intelligent, the film differs a little from the other slashers of the time, working a little more on its history and all the construction of fear transposed to the viewer. Despite being quite violent, the film stands out as a great option within the genre of terror.
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