The Changeling ()

directed by Peter Medak
featuring George C. Scott, Trish VanDevere, Melvyn Douglas, John Colicos, Jean Marsh

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Peter Medak's The Changeling is among a handful of films, including The Haunting (1963), Ghost Story (1981), and Lady in White (1988), that have successfully recreated the intimate, drawing-room atmosphere of supernatural horror fiction. After his wife and daughter are killed in a snowbound car accident, classical composer John Russell (George C. Scott) relocates from New York to Seattle to teach at his alma mater. Looking for a quiet place to rest and continue writing music, he is referred Claire Norman (Trish Van Devere) ...

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BobCumbow

Aug 18, 2011

Genuinely creepy

Peter Medak's genuinely creepy ghost story is remarkable for an absorbing and evocative premise, realized with intelligent composition, camera movement, and sound design. The film stumbles a little toward the end by shifting its emphasis too much on its almost obligatory 1970s political conspiracy element; but this is one of the great scary movies and deserves another look.

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