Don't Look Now
Thriller • R • 1973 • 1 hr 50 min
Classic 70s horror. Abstract and surreal with strong performances.
beautiful, tragic, and one of the most underrated horror movies ever. also the sex scene is probably the best ever in any movie.
Feels like Rosemary’s Baby with a man’s baby.
Daphne du Maurier has given us The Birds, Rebecca, and the tale this film is based on. Presented giallo-like, it is darkly brilliant.
A beautifully filmed Venice is the perfect setting for this visionary tale.
This is a slow burn, but it’s atmosphere and the Creep factor is cranked up to 11
The last two minutes of the movie are worth the slow runtime because it’s an insane slow burn for sure
The scaffolding scene & the ending scenes alone make this movie worth watching, everything else is just icing on the cake
No film has stayed with me in my nightmares like Don’t Look Now. Venice is one spooky place.
You may ask yourself a few times "Why am I watching this?", but the ending makes it worth it!
Beautiful young manicurist Carole suffers from androphobia (the pathological fear of interaction with men). When her sister and roommate, Helen, leaves their London flat to go on an Italian holiday with her married boyfriend, Carole withdraws into her apartment. She begins to experience frightful hallucinations, her fear gradually mutating into madness.
A successful mod photographer in London whose world is bounded by fashion, pop music, marijuana, and easy sex, feels his life is boring and despairing. But in the course of a single day he unknowingly captures a death on film.
The cruel and abusive headmaster of a boarding school, Michel Delassalle, is murdered by an unlikely duo -- his meek wife and the mistress he brazenly flaunts. The women become increasingly unhinged by a series of odd occurrences after Delassalle's corpse mysteriously disappears.
Elliot, a successful gynecologist, works at the same practice as his identical twin, Beverly. Elliot is attracted to many of his patients and has affairs with them. When he inevitably loses interest, he will give the woman over to Beverly, the meeker of the two, without the woman knowing the difference. Beverly falls hard for one of the patients, Claire, but when she inadvertently deceives him, he slips into a state of madness.
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