H. Perry Horton

Novelist, Screenwriter, Video Essayist

Overhaul: The Cinematography of James Bond, the Daniel-Craig Era

By H. Perry Horton 

Re-framing a franchise.


Here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson: ‘The Graduate’ and the Generation Gap

By H. Perry Horton 

Not your parents’ film analysis.

Short of the Day: First-Person Chills in ‘The Cop Cam’

By H. Perry Horton 

You are the cop…and the vic.

Come Out, Come Out Wherever You Are: Authentic Terror in Both Versions of ‘Cape Fear’

By H. Perry Horton 

You leave the movie but the movie never leaves you.

It’s the End of the World as We Know It: Dystopia in Film

By H. Perry Horton 

Analyzing an over- and ill-used term.

Short of the Day: ‘Man in the Phone’ Warns as it Entertains

By H. Perry Horton 

A technological cautionary tale.

Ars Gratia Artis: The Visual (and Religious) References of ‘Alien: Covenant’

By H. Perry Horton 

The franchise and art have always been intrinsically related.

Battle Beyond the Stars: The Cinematography of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2’

By H. Perry Horton 

Shot by Henry Braham.

Short of the Day: Ruben Ostlund’s Last Short Film Finally Comes Online

By H. Perry Horton 

From the director of ‘Force Majure’ and this year’s Palme d’Or Winner ‘The Square.’