REVIEW: INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (1978)

Invasion of the Body Snatchers starring Donald Sutherland – perhaps one of the first remakes of modern times – was a critical and financial hit on release. It is a product of its time, coming a few years after the Watergate scandal and at the end of a decade that saw America hitting the floor hard after the flower power and trippy hippy sixties. A time of wholesale mistrust in authority figures saw Hollywood take a darker tone with its horror releases of the seventies. Ignoring the extreme or fantastical, this understated classic underlines the issues that everyone felt were synonymous with their everyday lives.

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