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  • The Rage: Carrie 2

    The Rage: Carrie 2

    ★★★

    Rachel's childhood was a tough one and when her mother is commited to a mental hospital she is sent to live with a new family. Rachel is no ordinary child and as a young adult her powers grows stronger. When her best friend commits suicide after a relationship gone really bad and the juvenile boys involved threatening her to keep her mouth shut, everything escalates fast. A disaster is waiting to happen...

    The Rage: Carrie 2 is a sequel you…

  • Carrie

    Carrie

    ★★★★

    Brian De Palma's Carrie is very faithful to Stephen King's novel and one of the best (and the first of many) King adaptions out there, maybe the very best. Carrie is so much more than just another horror movie and there are so many good sequences in here and the whole ending is a classic! De Palma shines as a director and Sissy Spacek is fantastic as Carrie. Brian De Palma is one of my favorite directors and Stephen King is one of my favorite authors, the combination is a perfect match!

    Here's my review in swedish

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  • In the Mouth of Madness

    In the Mouth of Madness

    ★★★★

    Insurance investigator John Trent is hired to find the best selling horror author Sutter Cane after he dissapears without a trace with his latest, eagerly awaited book, In the Mouth of Madness in his possession.

    "Cane's writing has been known to have an effect on his less stable readers."

    John Carpenter's Lovecraftian tale is a fantastic creation. The theme of the power of the written word and how a dark alternative reality is out there is fascinating stuff, a great…

  • Sisters

    Sisters

    ★★★★½

    Brian de Palma's first Hitchcockian thriller has many nods to the master of suspence (Rear Window, Rope, Psycho, it's all there) but De Palma shows the audience that he's also damn great at creating suspence of his own. Sisters is incredibly tense with a great score by Bernard Herrmann and the first half, which is pretty much the premise of the whole thing is brilliant. De Palma is really a master when it comes to building up scenes for a…