Carnival of Souls

Carnival of Souls
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Lauren

Very cool classic horror movie. Haunting imagery and an eerie organ score sets a very creepy tone. If David Lynch directed an episode of the twilight zone, it would probably be very much like Carnival of Souls. A must see for all horror fans.

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Susan

Carnival of souls creeped me out to the max when i was a teenager. I still remember scenes from it, even though I've seen hundreds of other films since. Maybe I'll gather my courage and watch it again sometime.

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