Retro Reviews: The Lost Boys (1987)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: The Blob (1958)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: Trilogy of Terror (1975)

Karen Black will always be remembered for her roles in the Trilogy of Terror but none more than "Amelia" where she shares her apartment with the Zuni warrior fetish doll!

Retro Reviews: Night of the Living Dead (1968)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: Dracula (1931)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: The Horror of Dracula (1958)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: The Village of the Damned (1960)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: Fright Night (1985)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: The Burbs (1989)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: House On Haunted Hill (1959)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: La Jetée (1962)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: Carrie (1976)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

Retro Reviews: Mary Poppins (1964)

We all once knew a girl like Carrie - shy, introverted- but with so much potential. That's what makes this retro horror movie so spellbounding.

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