Few things are worse than having terrible neighbors. Whether they meddle in one’s affairs, cause unneeded legal drama, literally cross the (property) line, or pose dangerous threats, almost everyone can relate to having nosey and noisy neighbors who make their life a living hell. As such, there’s no surprise that the bad-neighbor movie sub-genre has been around for decades and continues to be popular. After all, wondering what goes on next door often creates great tension and suspense on the big screen.
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