Horror Locations Staple

A forest and a home, two can be next to the other, but both don’t need to see each other. Every kind of film needs a setting and horror is no different. There are especially two kinds of locations that always tend to pop up in these kinds of films. The home, which could be…

Nosferatu, a Retelling

A film that was part of the German Expressionism movement, and was originally made without prior approval. It was based off of the novel, Dracula by Bram Stoker, with some changes made. This film is a silent film that has been widely influential over the years even though its conception and distribution were almost lost forever. After a…

Influential Horror Directors

  There are a large number of directors that have influenced the genre out there. Many of them have made quite the impact with various films, while others have put their stamp on the occasional horror here and there. However, here I”ll only be talking about these following directors that I believe have greatly influenced other…

Influential Classic Horror Directors | Fandango List

There have been many directors since film first came into fruition, but none have influenced horror as much as this list has to offer.  From the days of black and white film there arose these great directors that put their mark in horror. Each of these men was able to inspire and fright audiences with…

Horror Video Games | Resident Evil

Resident Evil may now be more recognizable as a film series, but it actually started out as a video game. The original title of the series in Japan is Biohazard. It is classified and can be a pioneer in the survival horror genre. In an interview with Gamespot Shinji Mikami, the creator of the game answered a…

Frankensteins Monster | the first

I am currently working on a list for an infographic of films, influential horror films since the beginning. There is a lot of history to not just horror films, but film and the art of. Now, since I have not watched every single film ever made especially those early ones, I am mostly using lists…