Whether you like Tarantino or hate him, you can not question that his passion for movies is highly contagious. When he talks about a movie, you can not help but look forward to it. Whether he is joking in an intimate conversation or answering interview questions, he always talks about his favorite movies, which he believes have not been properly respected. So why not get acquainted with the great horror films of this great director of classic films?
Note, of course, that not all of these thriller, bloody, and horror films are fantastic. But at least they have a place in Tarantino's heart. 90 AD
- Year of Production: 2019
- Director: Alexander Aja
- Cast: Kaya Scudellario, Barry Pepper, Jensen Boone, Morpheus Clark, Amy Motacklef, Ross Anderson, George Sumner
- Ruthen Tomito's rating: 83%
- Metacritic rating: 60%
Tarantino called Creepy one of the 2019 movies he liked. If you have watched the movie, you can definitely guess why. Alexandra Aja's latest post is the story of a Florida girl, student and athlete, Haley Clare (Kaya Scudellario), who ignores an order to evacuate the state following a Category 5 storm to find her father. He eventually finds his father, Dave (played by Barry Pepper) at their family home while he is injured. Floods and rising water cause the two to get stuck inside the house and feel the danger of drowning. But that's not the whole story, and a bigger threat emerges from the depths of the Black Sea: the giant crocodiles. Barry Pepper does, too, and their father-daughter relationship certainly adds to the emotional core of the suspension. Throw in the super-life-like CGI crocodiles, and make a bloody, conscious return to the flips of the past to take advantage of the catastrophe. The emotional father-daughter relationship that has formed between them, which has affected all the scenes, has diminished this objection. The crocodiles shown through CGI technology are also very real and believable and make you feel the suspense and fear of the story with all your being.
9) Slaughter Hotel
- Year of Production: 1971
- Director: Fernando Di Leo
- Cast: Klaus Kinski, Margaret Lee, Rosalba Neri, Carla Mancini, Marco Mariani
- Ruthen Tomito Rating: -
- Metacritic Rating: -
Slater Hotel Italian horror film in the genre of Giallo: An extract from the genres of crime, slasher, enigma and psychological trailer that appeared in twentieth-century Italian horror (with the brilliance of Klaus Kinski only! Everything is confusing, from specialist nurses to gardeners, but with the arrival of a traditional serial killer in black, the situation becomes even more disturbing and the story continues with the same sadness and excitement that Quentin Tarantino loves so much! You can't say everyone will like this movie, But the film's frankness in showing violent scenes is definitely commendable. If you know the German Klaus Kinski, you will never want to witness his violence up close, especially in a women's psychiatric hospital! But you can have this experience through the silver curtain.
8) My Bloody Valentine
- Year of Production: 2009
- Director: Patrick Lucier
- Cast: Jensen Eccles, Jimmy King, Kerr Smith, Kevin Taig
- Ruthen Tomito Ratings: 61%
- Metacritic Ratings: 51%
In addition to being Quentin Tarantino's popular film, "My Bloody Valentine" is also among the best Slacher films of all eras. A Canadian horror film that is both a love letter and a great irony to the famous symbolic Valentine's Day celebration. This film was able to inspire many of Slacher's later works. The story takes place in a small mining village where, according to the twenty-year-old tradition of its people, if Valentine's Day is celebrated, a murder will take place.
7) Audition Test
- Year of Production: 1999
- Director: Takashi Mike
- Cast: Rio Ishibashi , Ayai Sheena, Jun Kunimura, Miyuki Matsuda, Toshi Nagishi
- Ruthen Tomito Rating: 82%
- Metacritic Rating: 69%
This is a Takashi Mike masterpiece that initially begins in the form of a drama, but as it progresses, the atmosphere becomes darker and scarier. The story is about Aoma, a man who lives with his son after the death of his wife. Now, seven years after the death of Aoma's wife, she has decided to get married at the suggestion of her son. To do this, he arranges a fake acting test so that he can find a suitable case for marriage. This method responds very quickly and Aoma becomes interested in the beautiful Assamese Yamazaki, but from this point on, everything becomes strange.
6) The Three Faces of Fear (Black Sabbath)
- Year of Production: 1963
- Director: Mario Bava
- Cast: Michel Mercier, Lydia Alfonso, Boris Karloff, Mark Damon
- Ruthen Tomito Rating: 88%
- Metacritic Rating: 82%
Mario Bawra, The Italian director is definitely one of Tarantino's most popular directors, and Three Faces of Terror, one of the best films of his career, has captured Tarantino's heart. : The story of an old vampire, the story of a corpse thief, and the heartbreaking story of a woman who receives romantic phone calls from someone. Each story, while independently having a scary and bloody atmosphere, helps to advance the horror factor of other stories.
5) The War of the Gargantuas
- Year of Production: 1966
- Director: Ishiro Honda
- Cast: Ross Tumblin, Kenji Sahara, Komi Mizuno, Jon Tazaki
- Ruthen Tomito Rating: 68%
- Metacritic Rating: 77%
This classic Japanese film In fact, it is the sequel to "Frankenstein Conquers the World", made in 1965 by the same director. Unfortunately, all references in this film to the previous film have been removed in English dubbing, so the Japanese version is definitely a better option to watch. The story is about a huge laboratory creature named Garganchost who is confronted with his evil version and in the meantime two scientists (Ross Tumblin and Komi Mizuno) try to control them and prevent further destruction as a result of this struggle.
It is no secret that Tarantino is inspired by the films he loves in making his films. In the special episode of Kill Bill 2 (Kill Bill: Volume 2), we see a battle between El Driver and Beatrix Kido, which is actually an adaptation of the same Japanese film.
Other interesting things you should know about this film This is the first movie Brad Pitt has seen. Nicholas Cage has named the film several times among his favorite films. There are also rumors about the American actor in the film, Ross Tumblin (the actor of the West Side story who you may remember with the role of Dr. Jacoby in the series Twin Peaks) who played the role of an American scientist. Apparently, he regretted playing in this film and was forced to appear in the filming scenes. He did not follow any instructions and even said improvised dialogues instead of the pre-written dialogues that he found awful.
4) Mad Love
- Year of Production: 1935
- Director: Carl Freund
- Cast: Peter Lore, Francis Drake, Colin Clive, Ted Haley
- Ruthen Tomito Rating: 100%
- Metacritic Rating: 55%
The film starring Peter Lore is one of He plays his most brilliant plays in it, about Dr. Gogol's extreme love for a married theater actor named Ivan Overlock. Stephen's wife, Stephen, loses his hands in a car accident, and when he goes to Dr. Gogol for a hand transplant, he, mad with failure to reach his love, decides to join Stephen's brutal killer gang.
The subject of the film may seem strange, but in fact the story of the film is based on restless hands syndrome. Also, the dramatic and tense feeling of the film is quite understandable and you can feel the emotions of each of the characters well. This movie will definitely amaze you with its amazing direction, great acting and fascinating script.
3) The Skin I Live In
- Year of Production: 2011
- Director: Pedro Almodvar
- Cast: Antonio Banderas , Elena Anaia, Marisa Pardes, John Cornet, Roberto Alamo
- Ruthen Tomito Rating: 81%
- Metacritic Rating: 70%
This movie , In fact, the 21st century version of the Italian film Eyes Without a Face , is a combination of melodrama, trailer and horror. The film tells the life story of a surgeon named Legard, who suffers severe trauma after the death of his wife from a burn in a car accident. After this incident, he, with the help of his loyal employee, imprisoned a beautiful woman named Vera Cruz and performed experiments on her through the pig gene. they give. Their goal is to create skin that, along with a completely real feel and appearance, is resistant to burns. And feel the fear not only while watching the movie, but with all your being for a long time to come. After watching the film and experiencing the horrors and twists and turns of the story, you will definitely understand why this film is one of the works that Tarantino likes.
2) Holy Blood (Santa Sangre)
- Year of Production: 1989
- Director: Alejandro Khodorkovsky
- Cast: Axel Khodorkovsky , Blanca Guerra, Aden Khodorkovsky, Guy Stockwell
- Ruthen Tomito Rating: 86%
- Metacritic Rating: -
Tarantino loves this movie so much Has brought one of its scenes in his famous movie, Pulp Fiction! He dies where Butch is. The film, co-written by Claudio Argento and Roberto Leoni, may not be Khodorkovsky's best-known work, but it is arguably his most terrifying and flawless work, combining elements from Hitchcock, Marcel Marceau, Luis Bonuille, and Jean-Claude. It is uniquely made by him.
The film tells the story of a boy named Phoenix that we see in a hospital. He used to live in the circus with his parents and witnessed his father, who was skilled in throwing knives, cut off his mother's hand when drunk. In a scene from the film, we see Phoenix fleeing the hospital to help his mother perform the role of her severed arm. The story of salvation is centered on love and trauma, and Phoenix does his best not to become a monster like his parents.
1) Wicked, Wicked (Wicked, Wicked)
- Year of Production: 1973
- Director: Richard L. Beer
- Cast: Tiffany Bowling, Randolph Roberts, David Bailey
- Ruthen Tomito Rating: -
- Metacritic Rating: -
Several Murders in The California Beach Hotel takes place. The killer has a strange interest in blonde women and covers his face with an ugly and scary mask when he commits murder. The killer's name is Jason and he works at the Hotel Del Coronado. This is a hotel that is very famous in the world of Hollywood and movies like Stuntman have been shot in it.
The point of view is the story of a detective named Rick Stewart
who at first only tries to solve the mystery of these murders. But
with the arrival of his ex-wife, Lisa, the hotel becomes personal
to him. Lisa, who has naturally black hair, decides to have her
hair blonde one night to run to the hotel; As a result of this
mistake, he becomes Jason's next prey. Although this technique is
usually used in only a few scenes, the villain, the villain has
been filmed with this technique in almost all scenes, and even in
the teasers, the volume of efforts to draw the audience's attention
to this issue is clear.
This technique In the film, it allows us to have the killer and the victim in the same scene at the same time and see the story from both angles. Through this technique, the film is able to cover its weak point with attractive comic book scenes, flashbacks and inverted view, which is not a very attractive story.
Source: Taste of Cinema