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  • Dementia

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    Horror, noir, by John Parker, United States, 1955.
    A visionary and hallucinatory nightmare, without dialogue, during a night of a lonely woman in Los Angeles. Between horror, film noir and expressionist film, initially conceived as a short film by Parker based on a dream told him by his secretary...

  • Halloween

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    Horror, by John Carpenter, United States, 1978.
    An independent film shot on a very small budget, it grossed over $ 80 million worldwide at the time. It is the most successful slasher movie and one of the 5 most profitable films in the history of cinema, which has become a cult with countless sequ...

  • The last man on earth

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    Horror, sci-fi, by Ubaldo Ragona, Sidney Salkow, United States / Italy, 1964.
    Unnoticed at the time of its release and considered today a masterpiece, it is the first and best film adaptation of Richard Matheson's book of the same name, released in 1954. Shot back in 1964, in Rome, with an Italia...

  • Shadow

    Movie

    Short film, mystery, by Edo Tagliavini, Italy.
    Lumi is a ten year old child with no friends, who lives with her grandmother tele-dependent: since feeling lonely, she creates an imaginary friend in her shadow... Freely adapted from "Shadow" by Edgar Allan Poe.

    LANGUAGE: English
    SUBTITLES: Italian

  • The cabinet of Dr. Caligari

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    Horror, fantasy, by Robert Wiene, Germany, 1920.
    The symbolic film of cinematic expressionism. Francis tells a story to a man: in 1830, in a small town, a guy named Caligari, plays the barker at the fair to present the attraction of him, a sleepwalker that he holds under hypnosis in a coffin. The...

  • Dementia 13

    Movie

    Horror, Thriller, by Francis Ford Coppola, United States, 1963.
    Francis Ford Coppola's debut film produced at low cost by Roger Corman, who wanted a film on the model of low budget Psycho with gothic atmospheres and heinous crimes. The Haloran family gathers in their Irish castle to commemorate t...

  • Carnival of souls

    Movie

    Horror, by Herk Harvey, United States, 1962.
    Mary Henry emerges unscathed from a car accident that killed her two companions, and sets off on a strange adventure in Salt Lake City, where she finds herself drawn to a dilapidated lakeside pavilion and haunted by a ghostly figure (played by same dir...

  • Little shop of horrors

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    Horror, by Roger Corman, United States, 1960.
    The brilliant Roger Corman, director and producer who has often worked with ridiculous budgets, allowing the debut of Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Joe Dante, makes the film where his style is more recognizable. A budget of 30 thousand dollar...

  • Night of the living dead

    Movie

    Horror, di George Romero, Stati Uniti, 1968.
    One of the most profitable independent films of all time, it grossed around 250 times its budget. Inspired like other cult horror films by Richard Matheson's 1954 novel "I Am Legend". Shot as a "guerrilla film" with a cast and crew of friends and famil...

  • Silent night, bloody night

    Movie

    Horror, by Theodore Gershuny, United States, 1972.
    1972 American Slasher, is a forerunner horror genre several years before Carpenter's Halloween, with a complex script and first person shooting of the killer, which inspired many subsequent films. Its originality and its narration are what manage...