Tuesday, March 31, 2015
I’m going to look like a freak, but I confess that I love horror movies and thrillers, those that we can’t watch alone, and before bed look under the bed to make sure there’s nothing there (laughs).
The truth is that watching movies was always in my schedule of holidays, so I brought for you five options of horror and suspense movies I’ve seen and recommend.
Prefer and always watch movies with the original audio, i.e. in the subtitled version. And when it comes to movies of this genre, this requirement is essential. Believe me, it’s much better!
Liked it? So get the popcorn and separates a place on the living room couch, because it has a movie session waiting for you!
Invocation of evil-The Conjuring
Synopsis: Harrisville, United States. A couple (Ron Livinston and Lili Taylor) moves to a new house alongside his five daughters. Inexplicably, strange events begin to frighten children, the father and the mother. Worried about some stains that appear in your body and with a string of scares that led, she decides to find a famous paranormal investigators couple (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga), but they do not accept the invitation, believing it to be just another mistake of people terrified with pipes that make noises during the night or the like. However, when they take a visit to the scene, they discover that something very powerful and evil lies there. Now, they need to figure out what it is and why the whole thing going on with the members of that family. Is when the past begins to reveal a demonic entity wanting to continue your path of evil.
The master key-The Skeleton Key
Synopsis: Caroline Ellis (Kate Hudson) is a young man who accompanies terminally ill, in order to raise money so he could attend nursing school. In one of her works she agrees to accompany a gentleman invalid, Ben Devereaux (John Hurt), who lives with your wife, Violet (Gena Rowlands) in a land isolated in New Orleans. The place is famous for the amount of mystical ceremonies conducted there, but Caroline doesn’t believe in superstitions. Ben recently suffered a stroke, which left him practically paralysed and mute. So that Caroline can traverse the House comfortable, Violet delivery a master key that opens all doors. However in his wanderings she finds a hidden door, located behind a shelf and the bottom of the attic. Caroline opens the door with the master key and there is various antiques, mirrors were removed from all other rooms and artifacts still apparently linked to the practice of some kind of magic.
The other-The Others
Synopsis: During World War II, Grace (Nicole Kidman) Decides to move, along with their two children, to a secluded mansion on the island of Jersey, in order to wait for your husband to return from the war. As his children have a strange disease that prevent them from receiving direct sunlight, the House where they live is always in total darkness. They live alone following religiously certain rules, like never opening a door without closing the previous one, but when they hire employees for the home they end up breaking these rules, causing unpredictable consequences occur.
Synopsis: When the father of Victoria and Lilly kills mom of girls, children run frightened to a forest. For five years, no one has news on the whereabouts of them, until the day they reappear, without explaining how they survived on their own. The two uncles, Luke (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Annabel (Jessica Chastain) adopt Victoria and Lilly and attempt to take a quiet life at two, but soon they realize that there is something wrong. The two talk frequently with an invisible entity, called “Mama”. Lucas and Annabel don’t know if you believe in girls, or to blame them for the strange happenings in the House.
Synopsis: John (Peter Sarsgaard) and Kate (Vera Farmiga) go through a tragedy in the family. The loss of one of his sons makes, although still have the other two–Daniel(Jimmy Bennett) and Joyce (Lorry Ayers)-work seek help from an orphanage in order to adopt a child. Even after warned of the difficulties of adopting children have grown, the apparent maturity and charisma of Esther (Isabelle Fuhrman) conquest promptly. The girl, however, is evil, taking the whole family to madness.
Liked the selection? Tell me in the comments. Bye!