Best Horror Films From The 1960 To 1969

By RodneyHatfieldJr for Movies





This is what happens when you put two actual iconic actresses into a movie. It becomes magic. It is a rollercoaster of emotions that will pitch and turn you throughout the whole film.



Mario Bava’s masterpiece is among the earliest and most influential Italian giallo films. The script is acceptable, but the art style is mesmerizing, almost like a painting.
Like Psycho, it helped to create the slasher sub-genre. But Blood and Black Lace is likely responsible for the body count slasher, where a psychopath ramps up kills until there are hardly any people left alive. Sadly, it has been imitated so many times that it seems formulaic if you’re watching for the first time. But remember, this was where they took that format from.





American horror film produced by Paramount Pictures. Rosemary and her husband Guy move into a New York City apartment where everyone but them are old and their immediate neighbors, Roman and Minnie Castevet, are incredibly nosy. After his initial discomfort with them, Guy starts spending a lot of time with the Castevets. Rosemary gets pregnant after having a frightening dream in which a beast rapes her. After that, she starts to suspect her neighbors of being more than they appear.

The film takes its time to ramp up tension, and after Rosemary gets pregnant, you can hardly look away. The performances are mesmerizing, especially from Minnie Castevet as the pushy neighbor, and the morbid fear Rosemary harbors for her unborn child makes the movie incredibly disturbing.

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