How the “Happy Death Day” series brings a struggling subgenre to life

Cinema has been around for over a century. It took a while for it to figure itself out as an art form, which led to the creation of genres, i.e. socially agreed-upon conventions that apply to a kind of film. Once genres were defined, artists were given the opportunity to create and put their ideas on the screen, and this creativity resulted in something called … Continue reading How the “Happy Death Day” series brings a struggling subgenre to life

Down The History of Horror: Halloween (1978)

This is my new series ‘Down the history of horror’ where I post a monthly article talking about HORROR MOVIES! To start things off, there is no better way, than starting off right with the 1978 John Carpenter classic…. Halloween. Halloween is a cult classic. John Carpenter was the stepping stone for the slasher genre, also for the final girl and relentless killer that might … Continue reading Down The History of Horror: Halloween (1978)