David’s Teen Horror Fast Five Films
Myrna’s Teen Horror Fast Five Films
What will you think of me? I must admit I get great deal of glee in seeing snarky, sullen, I-know-more-than-you teenagers get their due. Though I don’t think I’m alone in this since there were so many teen horror films to pick from. It was hard to leave Carrie, Lost Boys and the Final Destination series off my list but here are the gems I went with. Enjoy!
Fright Night is a wildly entertaining concoction that perfectly blends horror and comedy. Roddy McDowall steals the show as TV horror host Peter Vincent.
One of the definitive ’70s horror pictures, a raw blast of sensory information, Phantasm is a low budget cult horror classic.
Tall Man: “You play a good game, boy, but the game is finished. Now, you die.”
3. Teeth (2007)
Much like Carrie, Teeth is inspired by female puberty as it revives the myth that is vagina dentata (you don’t need Latin to tell you that means women with teeth in their vaginas). Destined to make the men in the audience cross their legs and wince, it strives to be more than just another shocker.
A fantastic horror film that still holds up today. Inventive and terrifying, A Nightmare on Elm Street explores the world of dreams and the ability to turn nightmares into reality.
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