The Halloween Top 13: The Devil Made Me Do It #6 - The Masque of Red Death (1964)
That brings us to the end of another installment of The Halloween Top 13: The Devil Made Me Do It. I had a great time talking about The Masque of Red Death, but tomorrow we get down to the real nitty gritty as the Top 5 films begin to be revealed. Halloween is less than a week away, better go out and get some candy just in case the devil comes knocking on your door.
Stick around after the trailer for the next reader submitted list, this time from the Empress of Paracinema, Christine Makepeace!
If you're not reading Paracinema Magazine and you're a fan of The Lightning Bug's Lair, then somewhere along the way the Devil has lead you astray. Get yourself back on the straight and narrow and order a copy today, but until then check out these choices the Mistress of the Paracinemist (which is similar to firmament, but more suspenseful), Christine Makepeace.
Devils and demons... That's a pretty big umbrella, and many varied things can fall under it. I had this super creative idea to like, make a list of my favorite minions. What fun is that though? I want to talk about the big guy himself! So here are my top 5 favorite films showcasing the dude below.
Legend - Arguably the best depiction of The Devil ever placed on film.
The Devil's Advocate - Al Pacino is a wild-eyed papa Devil. This is the film that made me start to question my Pacino allegiance. I can't deny the entertainment value it provides. (Editor's Note: This)
The Omen - The Devil is a sweet wittle boy! Yes, please!
Rosemary's Baby - The Devil (it wasn't just some lowly demon, right?) rapes Mia Farrow. That pretty much says it all.
Prince of Darkness - It's not a list without some Carpenter. Here, The Devil is a liquid. Yea. That's awesome. I like my Devil to be versatile.