Mineshaft Gap

It's a screening log, no more no less. Maybe I'll have something interesting to say one of these days...

Four horror films.

The Piano Teacher (Haneke, 2001)

More a psychological horror film than anything else, Haneke's 2001 prizewinner is a sad and haunting look at repression. Huppert is brilliant, and Haneke manages to keep it moving no matter how slow the story.

Friday the 13th (Cunningham, 1980)

If Haneke can show the heughts of horror, then this has to be the nadir. Completely uninvolving and boring.

Sleepaway Camp (Hiltzik, 1983)

Cheesy, but in a knowing way, this is leagues better than the "Jason" films.

Zombie (Fulci, 1979)

No Romero, but this is an occasionally scary, wonderfully over the top flick with a pretty great ending.

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