If not all most of us have neighbors, sometimes you have the best people that live next to you and sometimes you have people from hell that live next to you whichever is your case, these movies will make you think about what kind of neighbors you do have. Let's begin:
"Rear Window" is a film about a man who breaks his leg, so for the summer he must be stuck in a wheelchair, sounds boring? No, this is a Hitchcock movie and Jimmy Stewart's character isn't just going to watch his summer flyby or just watch his neighbors doing usual things (they're pretty weird), he's going to be entangled in a murder story that involves one of his neighbors.
"Fright Night," is a film that asks what would you do if your neighbor was a vampire? Teenager Charley has that problem and while everyone thinks he's crazy, his two friends (who make fun of him until they learn the truth) and a cowardly horror host may be the only ones who can help him save the neighborhood!
"Pacific Heights," is a film about a couple that decides to rent out their upstairs but they actually rent it to a crazed man (who was played by Michael Keaton). The film's tagline tells it all, "It seemed like the perfect house. He seemed like the perfect tenant. Until they asked him to leave."
"The Sentinel," is one of those very creepy and campy movies from the 70s. The movie also has some of the creepy and weirdest tenants ever! When our young fashion model meets her neighbors, two women who look like ex-ballerinas or circus performers are asked something about what they do for fun, and they say fondle each other. Just a little blunt. The other neighbors are just as blunt and weird.
"Rosemary's Baby," like the "The Sentinel" deals with crazy tenants that have devilish sides to them, literally. Rosemary soon enough suspects that that her neighbors have a 'special' plan for her unborn baby!
So that's just some of the classic movies that deal with strange neighbors. If you know any other good ones please share your thoughts.