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Great Moments in Horror Actressing: Margot Kidder

"This genre gives actresses some really juicy lines and roles,but denies them the acclaim that comes from more 'serious' roles.Kidder was a gifted actress who was indelible in a few films."-Lady Edith

"She won a Genie for it - because Canadians have great taste!"-Mike in Canada

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byJason Adams

We had intended to use this week's edition of our new "Great Moments in Horror Actressing"series to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Stuart Rosenberg'sThe Amityville Horrorwith an ode to Margot Kidder's performance...but then we re-watchedThe Amityville Horror,and it is so very much worse than we remembered.Not scary,tedious,with cardboard performances;a mere shadow of that decade's many better horror films.I have no idea how it became a hit,and I felt actively bad for Margot while re-watching it.

So in order to make it up to the actress,let's take a look instead at the crown jewel in her horror crown (give or take aSisters),her hilarious work five years earlier as the deliciously crusty co-ed Barb in Bob Clark's slasherBlack Christmas...

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