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Elliot
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Until August conjugaison essayer au futur Another effect that has been done to death is the Killer’s Point of View, first made popular in 1970s slasher classics Black Christmas (1974) and Halloween (1978), but probably first seen in The Spiral Staircase , a serial killer thriller (directed by Robert Siodmak in 1945, before the term “serial killer” had even been coined), and given a nasty twist in Michael Powell’s Peeping Tom (1960). Used well, it can augment tension and make audiences uneasy about their complicity with the killer; used thoughtlessly, it can turn female characters into disposable sex-objects.