Daughter of Horror (1955) (2005) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
The terror of the past gains nightmarish proportions in the present as director John Parker’s Daughter of Horror relates the story of a young woman teetering on the brink of insanity. Shot entirely in night-darkened apartments and streets to effectively bring out the psychological tension, the film is a true cliffhanger of suspense and escalating dread as it crescendos to a terrifying climax of paranoid guilt and murder. The viewer cannot but identify with the pathetic state of the young woman who finds no escape from a violent past. The eerie atmosphere that pervades throughout this classic vintage horror film is reminiscent of other cinematographic masterpieces by Roman Polanski and Alfred Hitchcock.
About Daughter of Horror (1955) (2005)
Starring: Not available
Runtime: 60 minutes