Ed. Note: On the Marquee's guest blogger today is Nicole Turso! I enlisted her help to do a post about classic horror films, because when it comes to horror, there's a gap in my movie knowledge. Because I am a total chicken.
|Lea Michele in Creature from the Black Lagoon|
When Hollywood decided 1976's "The Omen" was due for a re-boot, my blood boiled knowing Gregory Peck and Lee Remick would be replaced by the likes of Liev Schreiber and Julia Stiles (Sorry, guys).
And while Naomi Watts is a decent match for Hitchcock's golden girl Tipi Hedren - remaking "The Birds" was another one of Michael Bay's bird-brain ideas (Along with yet another Transformers flick).
Well, now some of the more iconic horror images are getting the Ryan Murphy treatment on the pages of the latest issue of Elle.
|Kate Mara in Carrie|
|Connie Britton in The Omen|
|Dianna Agron in The Attack of the 50 Foot Woman|
Some of this fan's favorites: Britton as Damien's petrified mother in "The Omen", Mara just before the pig blood hits the fan in "Carrie" and Sarah Paulson as both Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in my all-time favorite creepfest "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?"
|Sarah Paulson in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?|