Get ready to experience a terrifying journey through the twisted minds of some of cinema’s most memorable psychopaths. In this exploration of 70s & 80s Classics Psycho Horror Movies . We delve into the dark worlds of “Maniac” (1980), “Carrie” (1976), and “Repulsion” (1965). These films take us on a chilling ride through the psyches of their protagonists. Delving into their deepest fears, desires, and inner demons. From the visceral and gruesome murders of “Maniac,” to the supernatural powers of “Carrie,” and the slow descent into madness of “Repulsion,”. These movies leave us questioning our own sanity. Join us as we journey into the twisted minds of these unforgettable characters and uncover the darkness that lurks within.
Director: William Lustig
A loner (Joe Spinell) with a dangerous attachment to mannequins and a habit of talking to himself ends up finding the perfect woman (Caroline Munro), but has trouble curbing his terrible impulses. William Lustig directed the 1980 American psychological slasher film “Maniac,” which features Joe Spinell as Frank Zito, an Italian-American serial killer who resides in New York City and scalps young women that he murders. Spinell not only stars in the film but also co-wrote it alongside C. A. Rosenberg. The production company behind “Maniac” is Magnum Motion Pictures Inc.
Scariest Moment : A shotgun blast coming through a windshield, as artistic as it is creepy.
Director: Brian DePalma
Brian De Palma directed the 1976 American supernatural horror film “Carrie,” which is an adaptation of Stephen King’s 1974 epistolary novel of the same name. Lawrence D. Cohen wrote the screenplay for the film, which features Sissy Spacek as the protagonist, Carrie White. Carrie is a 16-year-old girl who is shy and constantly bullied and ridiculed at school. She is a lonely high school girl (Sissy Spacek) who does what every lonely high school girl dreams of doing: slash and chop up all her classmates on prom day.
Scariest moment: Carrie shuts the gym doors without showing any emotion, and sets everything on fire as we watch the scenes on split screen.
Director: Roman Polanski
The sister’s boyfriend disapproved by a woman who experiences a strong aversion to sex, causing her to sink into deep depression and suffer from horrifying visions of rape and violence. The attractive woman (Catherine Deneuve) slowly goes mad as she takes refuge in her apartment, reliving traumas from her past. A classic predecessor of the best psychological thrillers.
Scariest moment: Hands coming out of walls.
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