October 19, 2007

The Trailer Compendium: Vol. 11

I have made mention before on this blog of my love for the cinema of Nicolas Roeg. He is a true visionary, one of the few filmmakers who seems to understand completely the immense visual power of cinema. For the second installment of the Shocktober edition of the Trailer Compendium, I present his stunning, impressionistic exercise in terror, Don't Look Now, quite simply one of the best horror films ever made and possibly the most hauntingly beautiful one. If you haven't seen it yet, do so as soon as possible.

Don't Look Now (1973):

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