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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Marco Tassinari's rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

  2. J. D.'s rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

  3. Kelvin Thompson's rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

    3-3.5. An engaging explication on the nature of seeing, especially in a horror context. It nods to Hitchcock thrillers like 'North by Northwest' and (especially) 'Rear Window', but fits Carpenter's singular devotion to invasion as a theme. It also doesn't go TOO hard at the phallic women thing, even with the protag's 'masculine' eye, which grants her the drive to see through the man watching her.

  4. Henri de Corinth's rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

    Could exist in the same universe as De Palma's Hi Mom or Body Double. Lauren Hutton would've owned in a Howard Hawks film. The climax is pretty scary too.

  5. Samuel T.'s rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

    Often feels like the film De Palma never made, but fissures of blatant societal negligence, injustice, and horror are often sewn-in via perpetual suspense as only Carpenter... There are also moments of unexpected hilarity. Lauren Hutton absolutely slays. Masterpiece.

  6. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

  7. Tabikenezer von Higglesbloom's rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

    Womyns Thriller!! I still can't believe they killed a certain character off but it wasn't disrespectful for once even tho it knocked it down a star because I loved her :(. But this is really so fucking good...

  8. Duncan Gray's rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

    Carpenter fans, seek this one out: a rare TV movie that serves as a dynamic B-side to Halloween. It doesn't have CinemaScope or a Carpenter score, but it's got his most Hawksian heroine, a fine jump scare, some nice nods to Hitchcock, a positively portrayed openly gay woman (on TV in 1978!), and a knowing way of contrasting a stalker thriller with everyday unwanted male attention. A hidden gem of his classic period.

  9. Michael H. CLAES's rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

    Original Title : Someone is watching me

  10. Diego Carrera's rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

    Suspenseful, stylish, hitchcockian - and better than Halloween.

  11. Trevor Tillman's rating of the film Someone's Watching Me!

    A little corny, especially with Lauren Hutton's constant one-liners. But it's notable for the Carpenter elements. There's the mysterious outside evil attacking a person or group of people barricaded inside a building, and a lot of the visual elements appear have been practice for Halloween.