Creepy

“The Birds” a 1963 American horror-thriller film directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock.

Payasete en clave [baja]

“Fear of Clowns” is a 2004 horror film written and directed by Kevin Kangas.

Spider-Víctor

“Arachnophobia” a 1990 American black comedy horror film directed by Frank Marshall.

Nuez ¡maldición!

“Nuts symbolize the power. The walnut carries the curse of the witch or the sorcerer within its small brain, meaning that you are its target, coming for you…” From the “The Baztan Trilogy” by Dolores Redondo.

Exposición George Méliès

The creatures of Georges Méliès. He was considered the most important early science fiction films, though their approach is closer to fantasy.

La luna de Gante

“Underworld” Wait a moment and soon you will see the vampires that come out at dusk and the werewolves transformed with the full moon…

Niebla en la vuelta a casa

“The Fog” a 1980 American supernatural horror film directed by John Carpenter

I’m not fond of movies or horror books, but I recognize that some of the ones that appear here, have bothered my dreams…

Posted as part of Lens-Artists: Creepy

15 thoughts on “Creepy

  1. Beautiful (!) examples of creepiness from the world of art and film! Some of them I have seen, but most not. “The Birds” was scary – Mr. Hitchcock was a master of course. Creative take on the challenge!

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  2. Indeed Birds is a scary movie. But your remark about vampires reminds me of a lecturer who was somewhat unique to put it kindly. She wore a little bag around her neck which smelt like garlic. She must have been scared of vampires!

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