Sometimes we want to feel that rush of adrenaline inside our own homes, and what better way than with a good scary movie? The women of the horror genre have become almost as iconic as the films they starred in… but they may not look the way you remember them from their memorable roles.
[post_page_title]Jamie Lee Curtis in Halloween[/post_page_title]
In 1978, Jamie Lee Curtis began her iconic role as Laurie Strode in the slasher film, Halloween. Laurie is a teenage babysitter, and unbeknownst to her, is being stalked by a serial killer bent on killing babysitters on the eve of Halloween. The movie became very influential in the horror film genre, and many films that followed took inspiration from it. In particular, Halloween helped establish the “final girl” trope, in which a typically pretty young woman is the survivor of the movie’s killer by the end of the film, and then goes on to the sequels. Laurie was Halloween’s memorable final girl, and she continued to survive for several more instalments in the franchise.
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