House of horrors: how cinema turned a safe space into a trap
Horror films have turned the home into the ultimate fear long before the age of lockdown. From classics like Rosemary’s Baby and The Shining, horror films have made homes the setting for some of the most unforgettable and scary scenes in the history of cinema. Author Michael Newton explores in the Guardian how often cinema has hallucinated the home, impressing the feeling that "being stuck in the house is to be caught in a trap."
From The Guardian