From the Slick horror of Alien, Scream and The Ring and the cult classics Dracula, Frankenstein and The Mummy to the slasher icons Jason, Freddy and Leatherface, horror just won’t stay dead. The genre has earned its place in the moviegoing psyche, with many of the key films spawning numerous copycats. But what are the 20 most influential horror films of all time? And what made them so important?
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Bart Bengo, is on trial for a murder he did not commit. A woman, presumed dead for twenty years, gives Bart a second chance to prove his innocence. After his involvement with a second murder, his temporary freedom may be short-lived. With a nation-wide manhunt closing in on Bart, the key to his longterm freedom may be in the past, and a woman…
James Marriott give an incisive account of the definitive works (and the most influential directors) of the genre over the last 80 years – from silent Expressionist classics to Japanese wraiths. The book reveals the inspiration behind each film and examines the choice of director, cast, soundtrack and marketing. Marriott analyzes the critical reception of each film and examines the subsequent impact on the industry and the public worldwide.