In just one shot, the horror of 'The Strangers' becomes apparent, its apprehensive and stomach-knotting tone is set, and hopelessness creeps in.
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Author: Mary Beth McAndrews
A single shot is Panos Cosmatos' 'Mandy' tells us everything we need to know about how the film's men view women.
The most upsetting moment shows the face of a traumatized boy as he listens to the screams of his mother.
The massacre scene is a harrowing and bleak example of creating fear through distance from violence.
What do American remakes miss in adapting Japanese horror films? One word: context.
Sure, The Rise of Skywalker isn't a horror movie, but parts of it sure feel like one.
What even is a producer? The short answer: a little bit of everything.
From the sinister gaze to the found footage genre, POV shots have helped shape the cinematic language of fear.
Dr. Manhattan is no stranger to love, as seen in the graphic novel, but was Angela Abar always the one?
While 'The Matrix,' 'Blade,' and 'Underworld' seem so different they are united by one thing: their use of leather to connote rebellion and power.