A number of great horror films that were shot in front of the camera in 1982 by directors such as John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper and George Romero, have entered their 40th anniversary this year; From the third part of the horror series "Friday the 13th" to the famous movie "Mood".
- 9 family-friendly horror movies; From the animation "Hotel Transylvania" to "Jaws"
- 40th anniversary of the horror film "Existent"; A fresh look at John Carpenter's masterpiece
- 6 summer horror movies for horror fans
It is safe to say that 1982 was a big year for horror movies. Many prominent directors of that era spent 1982 making unique horror films; Attractive movies that have been able to maintain their popularity over time and delight the audience even today.
1. Basket Case
- Director: Frank Hennellater
- Starring: Terry Susan Smith, Bolly Banner, Kevin Hentenrick
- Rating IMDb To the movie: 6.1 out of 10
- Rotten Tomatoes score: 76 out of 100
This film, which was made on a budget The equivalent of 35,000 dollars made was the first film directed by Frank Hennellater and it was able to display the genius of this director well. The film tells the story of Doan, a country man who arrives in New York with his deformed, deformed twins, whom he keeps in a wicker basket.
In fact, "Scary Goll" is a creepy and dark comedy. It depicts the unique vision of the author of the film. The way the movie used to portray the scenes was innovative, fun and extremely scary at the time. This movie, which managed to get a score of 76% on Rotten Tomatoes, has maintained its appeal over time and has been able to keep the audience satisfied.
2. Cat People
- Director: Jacques Turner
- Actors: Kenneth Smith, Tom Conway, Jack Holt
- Rating IMDb To the movie: 7.2 out of 10
- Rotten Tomatoes score: 91 out of 100
This popular movie adapted From the films of Paul Schrader, the product made in 1942 was able to become an exciting and lasting film, and just like the original film, it made adrenaline flow in the blood of the audience. The story of the film which follows the illness of a woman named Irina shows how she turns into a bloodthirsty black panther because of her instincts.
It utilizes violent animal attack scenes, portraying things that most directors would not dare to portray, and as a result, it is so frightening that it will terrify even the most fearless and courageous audience.
3 . Creepshow
- Director: George Romero
- Starring: Carrie Nye, Ed Harris, Ted Densen
- IMDb Rating to Movie: 7 out of 10
- Rotten Tomatoes Score: 74 out of 100
It is safe to say that the collaboration between Stephen King and George Romero is equal to 18 karat gold, and therefore the horror and classic movie "The Murmur Show" made by the collaboration of these two people is a movie that still has its own charms after 40 years. This film has so beautifully portrayed the combination of humor and horror that few films are able to do.
One of the best film adaptations made from Stephen King's short story, it is a unique film that not only contains scenes of violence. They will send shivers down your body, but his jokes and humor will also touch your heart. The result of the combination of humor and violence has become a scary and exciting film that has made entertaining the audience the top of its work and has been able to continue to shine over time.
4. Eating Raoul
- Director: Paul Bartel
- Starring: Mary Warnoff, Robert Beltran, Buck Henry
- Rating IMDb To the movie: 6.8 out of 10
- Rotten Tomatoes score: 86 out of 100
The movie "Eating Raul" which Made on a shoestring budget of $350,000, it's a cannibal movie about a married couple who are fed up with their drudgery and decide to kill people to pay for their dream restaurant. When Raul decides to implement his plan, the story of the film begins It becomes excitingly entertaining.
Most critics have praised "Eating Raoul" for its unique story, energy and chaos in the film, show of hearty food, violence and murder, and therefore this film has been able to score 86. percentage in Rotten Tomatoes. All these features have created a film that expresses themes such as consumerism, excess and the American dream. Therefore, the messages of this movie, which is related to 40 years ago, can still be reasonable and audible to the audience.
5. Friday The 13th Part III
- Director: Steve Miner
- Starring: Dinah Kimmel, Kathryn Parks, Amy Steele
- Rating IMDb strong> To the movie: 5.6 out of 10
- Rotten Tomatoes rating: 7 out of 100
If If we want to judge this movie based on the opinion of the critics, we must say that "Friday the 13th" is not a good movie. However, many fans of the horror genre will appreciate the slasher film that introduced Jason Voorhees' iconic hockey mask for the first time in history. It narrates about teenagers and has tried to strictly adhere to the rules of such films, and therefore it can be considered one of the first films made in this sub-genre. The mask of Hawkeye Verhees, which was introduced in this film and turned him into a slasher killer, started the 20-year reign of this bloodthirsty killer on the screen
6. Pieces (Pieces)
- Director: Juan Picar Simon
- Actors: Linda DeGeorge, Edmond Pardom, Gerard Tisci
- Rating IMDb To the movie: 6 out of 10
- Rotten Tomatoes score: 46 out of 100
One of the movies that maybe so far An understatement is The Pieces, a Spanish sub-genre slasher film that seamlessly blends Spanish stories and settings with American themes, making it a unique film.
The film, directed by Juan Pikar Simon, tells the story of a mysterious killer who dismembers Boston University employees and sews their body parts together to create his unique puzzle. Due to its very shocking murder scenes, unique sense of humor and charming and charming European style, The Pieces has managed to captivate all the expectations of fans of the slasher genre. Therefore, there is no surprise that this movie has managed to get 46% Rotten Tomatoes score after all these years.
- Director: Tobe Hooper
- Starring: Heather O'Rourke, Beatrice Straight, Dominique Dunn
- Rating IMDb to Movie: 7.3 out of 10
- Rotten Tomatoes Score: 87 out of 100
While always on this It has been debated whether Steven Spielberg directed this film or Tobe Hopper, but overall Amblin's Haunted tells a unique story about the countryside and a haunted house. This film tells the story of the Freeling family, which is constantly threatened by a demonic creature and eventually kidnaps their youngest child, Carol. Kand himself not only benefits from rich characterization, but also the special visual effects and the horror and dread that were mixed with the fabric of the film could turn "Evil Spirits" into a memorable film. Using deep childhood fears and psychological anxieties that confused the entire family, this film was able to present a story that seemed unique in its kind.
- Director: Dario Argento li>
- IMDb rating for the movie: 7 out of 10
This film has unique graphics and its scenes were filmed in a way that many films could not achieve at that time. In fact, it is easy to say that the movie "Darkness" is one of the best movies made by one of the most famous writers of the Italian horror genre, and it uses a complex story full of visual effects, and some of its sequences show that Argento is the king of Italian horror. And no one could compete with him at that time.
9. The Slumber Party Massacre
- Director : Amy Holden Jones
- Starring: Robin Steele, Debra Deliso, Jennifer Mears
- Rating IMDb> To the movie: 5 out of 10
- Rotten Tomatoes rating: 100 out of 100
The movie "Party Killing" The recently remade "Sleep" follows high school student Trish, who decides to throw a slumber party with her best friends, but soon discovers that a crazed killer with a large electric drill is stalking them.
In fact, this film can be considered one of the first slasher films in which the story of chainsaw murder is used. It has been written and filmed, and in a way, it makes the position of women in the society seem insecure and unstable, and makes women into helpless creatures.
10. The Thing
- Director: John Carpenter
- Starring: Kurt Russell, Keith David, David Clennon
- Rating IMDb to Movie: 8.2 out of 10
- Rotten Tomatoes Score: 83 out of 100
The Creature by John Carpenter Movie It is based on absolute horror. This movie follows the story of a group of Arctic researchers who soon feel the presence of an extraterrestrial being. This creature easily transforms itself into a human and kills the crew members one by one in this way.
In this movie, Kurt Russell's exciting acting and Ennio Morricone's exciting music create a full paranoid atmosphere. There is a sense of distrust and isolation among the crew, and this has made this film an exceptional film. In fact, these features have made the movie "Existent" score 83% on Rotten Tomatoes and rank 160 among the top 250 movies in the history of IMDb. This movie is not only one of the best horror movies that was released in 1982, but it also has many fans today as one of the best classic horror movies.