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Traumafessions :: Chris Moore on Carrie’s Prayer Closet

March 15th, 2012 by unkle lancifer · 4 Comments

By the time I was 5 or 6, I had already seen Psycho, House of Wax, and House on Haunted Hill (the originals of course!) One night, Psycho was on a double bill with the Brian DePalma classic Carrie on TBS Superstation. My mom decided to let me stay up and watch it, figuring, I guess, if he can make it through Psycho, he can make it through Carrie.

WRONG! I was fine up until Margaret White drags her poor child, Carrie, into the dark prayer closet. What caused me to run out the room screaming was that St. Sebastian statue in there with Carrie. The way its horrified green/yellow-ish eyes looked into your soul, judging you…the candle light flickering…the organ music! It was just too much! I HATED organ music as a child. There was nothing scarier.

UNK SEZ: Thanks for another great traumafession Chris! Folks can check out Chris’ previous traumafessions HERE and HERE and remember, you can watch his movie PERVERSION any time you like over HERE!

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4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 unkle lanciferNo Gravatar // Mar 15, 2012 at 9:48 am

    The Soundtrack to CARRIE is one of my all time favorites. I’m with you on the organ music Chris. There’s stuff in Carrie that has always reminded me of the scary church music from the Davey & Goliath show. Thanks again!

  • 2 Ben SherNo Gravatar // Mar 15, 2012 at 11:52 am

    It seemed like CARRIE was *always* on TV in the ’80s and ’90s. I first saw it as a double feature with AUDREY ROSE on Fox. It was wonderful. Other than its spot-on revelation of the many evil social structures that make up humanity, the St. Sebastian statue is definitely the scariest thing in the movie!

  • 3 David FullamNo Gravatar // Mar 15, 2012 at 1:01 pm

    Carrie is one film not to be watched at a young age. It will mess you up for life.

  • 4 Francene BeckNo Gravatar // Mar 17, 2012 at 2:09 am

    I saw it at the drive in when I was very young. I was scarred by that first scene. I was terrified of puberty.

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