As The Woman in Black continues to spook audiences across the UK during it’s opening week, Nic Ransome of Hammer Films discusses what tricks film makers use in order to scare audiences including some clips along the way to illustrate.
Horror movies serve a useful purpose. Not only do they entertain and offer a form of escapism from the drudgery of everyday life, but they can also serve as a warning to the viewer and help them to make better life decisions.
The legend that is Alfred Hitchcock has inspired many moviemakers over the years. From slight stylistic nods like the dolly zoom in Jaws to outright ridiculous remakes such as Gus Van Sant’s atrocious 1998 Psycho, Hitchcock’s echo can be seen and felt across cinema right up to the present day.
With this weeks release of Mega Piranha, we thought that it would be good to ask YOU our Love Horror readers to give your opinions on who the dealiest giant fish is.
When you begin to write a retrospective on such a monumental film, released before you were born, it is difficult to know what the movie going public were used to – the social climate of the time and what the limitations of cinematic effects had on movie goers expectation. However what you can say is […]