everyone is here
When I was a kid, every kid had seen Poltergeist. We had only three moments to our horripilated appreciation.
- ghastly grinning man all in black
- "they're heeeeere"
- a man and a mirror, idly, then intently, then desperately picking and digging at his own skin, pulling his face roughly, pulling his face off
Not sure how this movie got its hold on the entire country: kids on the playground shared "they're heeere" not just with each other but with the entire culture in 1982. What is sure is that this movie bridges the gap between my first two--it's the secret world bursting into ours, it's the evil in us spilling out, manifest and unavoidable forever.