5º – Night of the Living Dead (George A. Romero, 1968)After the unexplained outbreak of a virus that turns people into zombies, an unaffected group takes refuge in a small house trying to survive. A work responsible for revolutionizing part of the horror genre, ‘Night of the Living Dead’ uses the creativity of its creator, the legendary George A. Romero, to overcome eventual budget limitations, with a plot and a compendium of truly memorable scenes.
4º – The Omen (Richard Donner, 1976)After various mysteries about the birth of the child they are raising, a man and a woman live happy days until strange events erupt several years later. ‘The Omen’ is a terror permeated by ups and downs. The highest quality point of the work is in the strong theme proposed, scaring and entertaining the viewer without needing much.
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