There are two types of horror films, really. There are popcorn horror
films, good for a cheap in-the-moment thrill at best, and there are
serious horror films, movies that linger in the mind and in the bones.
I have just watched Nicolas Roeg's 'Don't Look Now' and my spine is
frozen. It's 4am, I'm alone, and I have a heightened awareness of
sounds and sights I usually don't not...