JAMES (18) (V.O.)
What is it you want out of life?
What is it you truly desire to do?
LANDON (18) (V.O)
I literally have no idea. Dude,
were gonna get in trouble.
She has no idea, wer
The People Next Door: Weird or Normal, Theyre All Crazy
Though horror movies are often seen as mere exploitations of grisly violence and sexual
perversion, they have the potential, when done right, to mak
The Cinematic Grotesque: Reflections on Frankenstein and The Unknown
A well-examined topic in the realm of horror cinema is that of the disfigured and
grotesque beings of society. These characters ten
1950s Horror, Part 2
Exploitation and Gimmicks
With the reorganization of the film industry, the growth of rock n
roll, there was an industry and thematic focus on adolescence
Films such as Rebel Without a Cause (1955), The Blackboard Jung
Baby Bitches From Hell
Based on the article by
Credit: Carrie (1976) MGM
The Gender Lines Drawn
Are Horror films biased in regards to gender?
Stephen Prince, "Dread, Taboo, and the Thing: Toward a Social Theory of the Horror Film," in The Horror
Film, ed. Stephen Prince (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2004).
Dread, Taboo, and The Thing:
Toward a Social Theory
of the Horror Film
1950s Horror Week 1
Hollywood in Transition, 1945-1962
Major Changes in the American Film Industry:
Why do you think being involved in a war would
change both the industry AND peoples attitudes
Movie attendance goes down what was one of