NIGHTMARE (1964)









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Brief Movie Synopsis [courtesy of Turner Classic Movies]:

Janet is a young student at a private school.
Her nights are troubled by horrible dreams in
which she sees her mother, who is in fact locked
in an insane asylum, haunting her. Expelled
because of her persistent nightmares, Janet
is sent home where the nightmares continue.






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"Nightmare is an enormously entertaining psychological
thriller, filled with macabre imagery, spooky atmosphere,
and gorgeous black-and-white photography.
There are several scenes in the movie which depict mysterious
unknown figures wandering the darkened corridors of a large
stately mansion late at night. These scenes are strengthened
by the fine work done by cinematographer John Wilcox, who
deserves applause for creating some truly memorable and
scary images during the course of this motion picture.
Wilcox's eerie and shadow-laden cinematography
in 'Nightmare' is truly exceptional."

-- David Von Pein; September 2006







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