Almost all perfect fits, thanks! The last three, I didn’t see them, but they do match the list. I also added Donnie Darko to the list, but it’s been so long since I’ve seen it, hence I do remember there were elements of suburbia, I don’t remember how big it plays out in the story. As for Society, I didn’t put it on the list since, after a quick seach, I saw it is set in Beverly Hills. The plot makes it seem like it critiques/parodies high-class society, so I’ll have to watch it to make sure, but for now I’ll let it out. Vintage Halloween Scary Cat Skull Horror Gift T-Shirt Thank you! I haven’t seen any of them, but after a quick search I’m positive Short Cuts is a match. I’m not sure for The Ice Storm, though, I’ll have to check it out, but I’ll put in on the list for now. Thanks!
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I’ll have to watch it, but it looks like it might fit. It is set in modern suburbia, but it’s definitely a thriller so I’ll have to check it out, but I’ll put it on the list for now. Thanks! Arcade Fire’s album The Suburbs and the accompanying short film Vintage Halloween Scary Cat Skull Horror Gift T-Shirt Scenes from the Suburbs hover around these ideas of sinister conformity. I love this album! The eponymous song always come to mind whenever I’m thinking about Dark Suburbia, but I’ve never seen the short film you’re talking about, I’ll check it out, thanks! I’ve added it in the “notable entries” below, since I’m not sure it fits “Dark Suburbia” in the sense that, so many horror films are set in Suburbia. I’ll admit it’s been ages since I’ve seen the film, but I think it’s not more suburban than, let’s say, Halloween or Poltergeist
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I’m Vintage Halloween Scary Cat Skull Horror Gift T-Shirt not sure of Summer of ’84 would fit, it gives me Stranger Things vibes (I’ve just seen the trailer so far), but it seems like it would at least fit the notable examples alongside Halloween and Carrie. Still, I’ll see it to make sure, since your other recommendation, Super Dark Times, seems like a fit (haven’t seen it either) and both films doesn’t seem too unlike. Thank you! Summer of 84 is honestly more like Disturbia than Stranger Things. Never seen the trailer but I’ll personally vouch for it having dark moments (especially near the end) 🙂 it’s the epitome of what you’re describing. Features a wonderful cast, set in an idyllic suburb which has entirely too much under the surface.