The Other (1972)

PG   |    |  Drama, Horror, Mystery


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A series of gruesome accidents plague a small American farming community in the summer of 1935, encircling two identical twin brothers and their family.


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  • Diana Muldaur and Chris Udvarnoky in The Other (1972)
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  • Chris Udvarnoky in The Other (1972)
  • Uta Hagen and Chris Udvarnoky in The Other (1972)
  • Portia Nelson and Martin Udvarnoky in The Other (1972)
  • Diana Muldaur and Chris Udvarnoky in The Other (1972)

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6 July 2000 | preppy-3
9
| A great, great horror film
As someone has already mentioned, this is the kind of film no one talks about but never forgets. A VERY creepy tale of two twins--one good, the other evil--and what happens one summer.

The setting is beautiful (1920s Midwest), the acting is superb (especially those creepy twins) and there is a real shocking twist halfway through. Also there are a few death scenes in the movie all done with no blood or gore, but they're among the scariest I've ever seen. I'll NEVER forget the shot of someone falling down a well or the father falling down a ladder and landing headfirst on a cement floor. It also ends on a very ambiguous note--the book is clearer.

This is not a horror film that leaps out at you--the scares in it are quiet ones. An unique and excellent psychological horror film--DO NOT MISS IT!!!

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