Scott Hardie | March 22, 2002
Kelly and Jackie and I saw this Spanish horror film last night. Very creepy and tense - this is what horror movies should be. It had romance, sexuality, action, mystery, politics, and comedy, too, for good measure. And great special effects on the ghost, who looked like a living illustration from those "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" books (by Alvin Schwartz) that we used to read as kids. I don't quite know what else to say about it, other than that it was damn good. If I'd seen it in time, it would have made my top ten of 2001 list.


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