Ah, those good, old horror movies!
Few special effects, great amount of anxiety and fear.
A car with a group of girls inside falls to river. The only survivor of the accident, a young woman, tries to leave behind the tragedy. However, strange, horrifying occurences begin to happen. Sudden moments of separation from sounds and surrounding people, a man resembling zombie, a deserted amusement park.
The movie scares you even though there isn’t any blood. Tension is so intensive, it makes you yearn for something to happen at last!
We don’t know if what the woman sees is real or just her mind is playing with her (and us – viewers). Moreover, the spooky incidents seem disturbingly real, so real, a viewer starts to think, it could as well occur in his own life!
The brightest feature of ‘Carnival of Souls’ is its incredibly eerie atmosphere, strengthened by black-and-white picture and creepy music (with intimidating sounds of organ).
Spooky, spooky, spooky!
My rate: 8/10