9º – Carrie (Brian De Palma, 1976)Suffering with her schoolmates and a religious fanatic mother, a shy young woman discovers that she has telekinetic powers that are often beyond her control. The plot will work on the consequences of this fact in the life of the girl and the people around her. Belonging to Brian De Palma’s great cinema, ‘Carrie’ is a regular film, with good and bad moments, but that has its place in this list because it is an iconic work of horror cinema.
8º – The Uninvited (Lewis Allen, 1944)Two brothers decide to buy a huge house in a small town. However, shortly after their arrival, strange events begin to take place in the house, linking the past and the present of the entire city. A masterpiece of horror cinema, ‘The Uninvited’ is a real cinema class, with natural scares, a story that is shaped in a dynamic and true way and concise performances.
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