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Stephen King

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Although Stephen King is not a movie producer or director, his writings and books have led to many great horror films. They include different elements that add thrill and excitement to the stories. He’s created popular movies such as Carrie, Children of the Corn, The Mist, The Shining, and many more. Audiences around the world love classic Stephen King horror films.

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Top 500 Horror Movies

Top 500 Horror Movies.
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This website provides a list of various horror films that have left a huge impact on the film industry. Up to 500 movies from the classics up to current horror flicks are listed. Next to each movie title is a link to their IMDb page. This list gives access to learning and researching more about some of the most popular horror films.

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The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

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Turner Classic Movies presents the greatest motion pictures of all time from one of the largest film libraries in the world. Find video, photos, forums, blogs and shop for some of the best movies ever made only at TCM!
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This webpage goes into detail about one of the world’s most classic horror films directed by Robert Weine. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919) is about a therapist (Dr. Caligari) who awakes zombie-like Cesare from a state of sleep which leads to many mysterious murders. This German Expressionist film became an inspiration to majority of horror films released in the 1930’s.

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Horror Film History — Roots of the Horror Genre

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History of horror fiction and the background to the horror movie genre - the literary greats from the 19th Century and how horror movies of today are connected to Gothic Fiction
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Terrifying tales and stories have been told for many centuries through myths and literature. Mary Shelley wrote the first horror classic, Frankenstein in 1818. Edgar Allan Poe and many other gothic novelists continued to write these thrillers throughout the 19th century.  The first horror film, Le Manoir du Diable (1896), was created by George Méliès. The thrill and fear of watching supernatural experiences excited the audience—and still does today.

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Horror Through The Decades

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Horror films have developed different trends throughout the decades. Each of the new trends that were introduced was inspired by current events in America’s society. The 1950’s had new monsters based off of World War Two such as Godzilla. The 60’s and 70’s had horror revolving around family life. The next two decades focused on the gore aspect of horror such as Saw, Scream, and Silence of the Lambs. Currently many horror films focus on an apocalypse because of the end of the world rumors in 2012.

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Nosferatu

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Nosferatu (1922) was the first vampire movie to be made. The plot of the film was based off the classic story “Dracula”. Schreck was feared by many people during that time. As you see in the video his long fingernails, pointy ears, rat-like facial features, and fangs are very unsettling to the eyes. Nasferatu is viewed as a masterpiece in horror movie history.

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Horror Films

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Horror films are created to frighten us and invoke our worst nightmares.  The films contain mythical creatures, gore, and the supernatural. The fear of the unknown not only scares us, but entertains and captivates us as viewers.  

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