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Some of the best cinema has come in the form of monsters, mad men, and outer space.
No one can deny the impact that this film had in the early 90's. This film shaped the way horror films are made.
Maybe not the most frightening movie. More of an Avant Garde take on the vampire lore. Still very riveting cinema. Love the old woman as the antagonist.
Lars really out did himself with this beautifully shot horror film. Some moments are scary as hell. Never has a movie made me look away in disgust.
This movie has it all mad doctors, car chases, and explosions. Personally my favorite Lang film and a great halloween classic for me.
George Romero had to be influenced by the atmosphere and style of this movie. Truly a scary film, not one halloween goes by without this going in to my dvd player.
Cronenberg's best work, places its characters in a crazy plot about a strange television program. Who doesn't love a film where a man can open his chest and place things in it.
Witchcraft, Satan, and Torture! I can't say enough about how great this film is. They don't make them like this anymore.
Sell your soul for fame and fortune, and what you get is the antichrist himself. This film scared the crap out of me when I was young.
To me by far this is del Toro's best film to date. Love the new take on vampires. Blood is the life (as said by Renfield), and it isn't more true than in this beautiful piece of cinema.
No one would ever want to lose a loved one the way this guy does. But to make things worse is to find out the truth. Because the truth can be deadly sometimes. One of cinemas best endings.