Carrie is a 1976 American supernatural horror film directed by Brian De Palma from a screenplay written by Lawrence D. Cohen, adapted from Stephen King’s 1974 epistolary novel of the same name. Here we will introduce the details of Carrie Movie Rating, Synopsis, Review.
Release Date: 1976
Genre: Supernatural Power
Director: Brian De Palma
Screenwriter: Lawrence D.Cohen, Stephen King
Carrie Movie Rating, Synopsis, Review:
Rowan= 10 / 10;
Chris= 8 / 10;
Peter= 9 / 10;
Ellis= 8.5 / 10
Andy= 9 / 10
A young girl with an obsessive catholic mother discovers that she has telekinetic power. Being bullied at school, she finally decided that things must change as she gets invited to the prom night…
One of the best 1970’s movie, and one that doesn’t seem to have aged. The movie is captivating, thank to a great plot and the super acting performance from both Sissy Spacek (Carrie) and Piper Laurie (her mum). I found the character of the mum extremely evil and terrifying. The music also plays an important role and adds so much intensity to this movie. A cult movie, I just wished Brian De Palma had access to better special effects at that time. Looking forward to a remake!
Carrie (1976) Cast:
Great movie!!! I waited years before watching it and was really surprised. The actress is quite amazing!!! Great plot and a good story. Although I didn’t find it as scary as I had heard; it probably was when it came out in 1976! Also looking forward to the 2013 remake
Wonderful special effects for a 70’s movie. I had to make a presentation about the book when I was 15 and I watched the movie instead of reading the book (thank you, Brian De Palma)