Carrie
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  • Carrie is still considered to be one of the best horror flicks ever

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      Carrie is a movie based on Stephen King’s novel. The movie was filmed in 1976 and stars Sissy Spacek as Carrie.

      Carrie is a teenage girl who feels alone and rather like a pariah.

      Carrie is treated brutally by her fellow students, especially the girls.

      They tease and taunt Carrie for being different.

      Carrie’s home life isn’t much


      better.

      Her mother is a religious fanatic who is stern and abusive.

      The gym teacher at the high school befriends Carrie and scolds the other girls for being mean.

      A group of students set up a trick where the handsome boy asks Carrie to the prom.

      While this is supposed to end up being a joke, the guy ...


      • ends up liking Carrie and having a good time with her.

        At the prom, as everyone knows, a horrible ending happens and Carrie’s rage is unleashed.

        I didn’t tell you that Carrie had special powers…that is the big secret Carrie shares only with her mother.

        Carrie subdues that part of herself until she is shamed for the last

        time.

        You will have to watch the movie to see the ending but I can tell you that this is a cult classic! Carrie is still considered to be one of the best horror flicks ever.

        Not for young children due to language and other adult situations.

        If you like horror, suspense, gore and surprises, you will love Carrie!




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