June 11, 2021

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The best horror movies for this holiday weekend

The best horror movies for this holiday weekend

Make a list of audiovisual productions that most have attracted the attention of a certain public will always be subjective. It will depend specifically on the peculiar interests of the person who carries it out.

However, here we bring you a selection of some horror movies that might surprise you, if you give them a chance during this holiday weekend.

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‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’

If it’s horror films it should start with a classic movie of this genre directed by the American screenwriter, producer and director of film and television William Tobe Hooper.

In its 90 minutes of duration, a scenario is presented in which, at the height of the Vietnam War, a group of young hippies travels through Texas and they are attacked by a family of cannibals.

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This film, released in 2008 and directed by the French film director and screenwriter Pascal Laugier, has been categorized as one of the most complex to see because it even transgresses the viewer.

To see this film is to risk living, for 90 minutes, mixed emotions due to the extreme horror line that is handled. At the beginning of the plot it is suggested that a basement is hidden in the house of a bourgeois family with the most disturbing experiment ever conceived. To dare to see it is to risk not being able to finish it.

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‘The silence of the inocents’

This classic film, released in 1991, continues to be categorized as one of the best of this genre with a fairly close approximation between suspense and terror.

This production allowed him to the American film director, producer and screenwriter Jonathan Demme win an Oscar for best director.

Recognition more than deserved, since in the narrative it is proposed that an FBI agent tests herself by trying to make a serial murderer help her capture another criminal, who he is fond of crossdressing with women’s skins.

(If you read us from the EL TIEMPO app, see the content here).

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‘Us’ or ‘We’

Bringing now some recent productions ‘Us’ arrives. It is a film released in 2019 and directed by Jordan Haworth Peele, an American actor, comedian, director and screenwriter.

It is important to mention that its launch achieved great success at movie theaters around the world. Reception boosted by the interesting previous narration by the same director in ‘Let me go out’.

In the story it is stated that the protagonists, Adelaide and her husband, travel to the house where she grew up next to the beach. He has a sinister feeling that precedes a spooky encounter: four masked men show up at his house. The scary thing comes when they show their faces.

(If you read us from the EL TIEMPO app, see the content here).

‘Conjuration 3: The Devil Made Me Do It’

Of course we could not leave out of this small list the most mentioned horror movie today. This is the third installment of ‘The Conjuring’, a saga that presents ‘Lorraine and Ed Warren’, the marriage that faces paranormal activities in the United States.

In this third installment, this couple of researchers of supernatural phenomena face a new case: that of a man accused of a terrible murder, which claims to have been possessed by a demon.

(If you read us from the EL TIEMPO app, see the content here).

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