amazing-spider-dan:

Dan’s 31 Days of Horror Sequels: Oct 8 - Child’s Play 2 (Nov 9, 1990) 8/31

"Sorry Jack… Chucky’s back!"

amazing-spider-dan:

Dan’s 31 Days of Horror Sequels: Oct 8 - Child’s Play 2 (Nov 9, 1990) 8/31

"Sorry Jack… Chucky’s back!"

rat-faced-cinephiles:

(Film #28): The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976)

rat-faced-cinephiles:

(Film #28): The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976)

outerspacedotcom:

watching thirteen horror films that I’ve never seen before for the month of October. here are the first nine, watching Nosferatu tonight. should be spoopy.

shinycircle:

Production still for Halloween (1978), drawing attention to the fact that Michael Myers had a little help smashing the car window with his hand.

shinycircle:

Production still for Halloween (1978), drawing attention to the fact that Michael Myers had a little help smashing the car window with his hand.

outerspacedotcom:

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) - Japanese Poster

outerspacedotcom:

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) - Japanese Poster

elizabethgoodspeed:

Researching old horror film titles for an upcoming project…

mortisia:

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) is a German silent horror film directed by Robert Wiene from a screenplay by Hans Janowitz and Carl Mayer. It is one of the most influential films of the German Expressionist movement and, according to Roger Ebert, is "the first true horror film". Dr. Caligari’s (Werner Krauss) somnambulist, Cesare (Conrad Veidt), and his deadly predictions. The film used stylized sets, with abstract, jagged buildings painted on canvas backdrops and flats. To add to this strange style, the actors used an unrealistic technique that exhibited "jerky" and dance-like movements. This film is cited as having introduced the twist ending in cinema.

hubertmarsten:

Tenebre (Dario Argento, 1982)

hubertmarsten:

Tenebre (Dario Argento, 1982)

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