Harvey is Mary Chase's 1944 play about the need for companionship and the power of the imagination to combat banality. Elwood P. Dowd is a man who has checked out of reality and opted for pleasantness, hanging out--at bars and other places--with a tall "pooka" in the form of an affable rabbit named ... More >>
I'll start: The moment in When a Stranger Calls when Carol Kane is told by the police, "The call is coming from inside your house!" Runner-up: In Psycho, when Anthony Perkins's mother is spun around in her chair and turns out to be a worm-eaten skeleton. Any others?
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