Anyway, it’s definitely a horror film, as its based on a horror novel. Watch "Carrie (2002)" on Netflix in France: This remake of the classic 1976 horror flick finds misfit Carrie getting revenge on all the cool people who've bullied her over the years. It was done in 1976, but since this movie doesn’t really require much in the way of effects, it comes off quite well. [Netflix] Movie Review: Carrie.

This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. 0. An outcast teen with telekinetic ability lashes out with her deadly power when the high school 'in crowd' torments her with a sick joke at the prom.

Prom night was not supposed to end this way. Carrie Pilby is supposed to be a hyper intelligent but socially incapable 19-year old. This is the first movie rendition of Stephen King’s first published novel, Carrie. It's also (and this is what makes it so good) an observant human portrait. After that starting scene it appears everybody forgot about those characteristics except for some "super intelligent" quotes she recites. Posted by Spelbring. You learn this within the first 5 minutes of the movie. A victimized teenager is pushed to draw on powers she's repressed. The part where everyone was supposed to laugh at Carrie and her mother saying in her head over and over, 'they're all gonna laugh at you' was completely left out. This was a HUGE mistake. Brian De Palma's "Carrie" is an absolutely spellbinding horror movie, with a shock at the end that's the best thing along those lines since the shark leaped aboard in "Jaws." This movie was ok until the prom scene. Year: 1976 Certificate: 18 Director: Brian De Palma Starring: Brian De Palma, Amy Irving, William Katt, Stephen King, Piper Laurie, Sissy Spacek, John Travolta, Nancy Allen, Betty Buckley, Stefan Gierasch, Priscilla Pointer, P.J.