Film-makers, performers, genre authorities and selected high-profile fans count down the most chilling moments in cinematic history. Not just from horror films, but from such thrillers as ...
See full summary »
Individual freedom is the dream of our age. It's what our leaders promise to give us, it defines how we think of ourselves and, repeatedly, we have gone to war to impose freedom around the ... See full synopsis »
James M. Buchanan,
Arthur, a sheet music salesman, has an ear for the hit tunes, but nobody will trust it. And his imagination often bursts into full song, building musical numbers around the greatest ... See full summary »
Film-makers, performers, genre authorities and selected high-profile fans count down the most chilling moments in cinematic history. Not just from horror films, but from such thrillers as Wait Until Dark (1967) and Jaws (1975) and such science-fiction films as The Terminator (1984) and Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956). This entertaining and authoritative special, originally telecast for 5 nights leading up to Halloween 2004, has gone beyond seasonal programming to become one of the Bravo cable network's most popular and oft-encored specials.Written by
It was Halloween when I watched this, and I was psyched with my popcorn and overly-caffeinated soda on the sofa. I was looking forward to seeing some really scary movie moments, and I loved the first part of the show, but after realizing how long the show was I just watched it out of obligation to see the final pick.
I stayed up until the wee hours of the morning, and at this point we're to about number five or so, where I see "The Exorcist", which in my mind is *the* scariest, so I figure that there must be some horrifying movie at number one.
Jaws A movie about a shark Look, if you're that afraid of a shark than you should stay away from the water. It's not a movie that haunts you at night, unless you live on a boat, or in the middle of the Atlantic!
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this