Cinephilia

They have traditionally been described in folklore and parapsychology, as a type of ghost or other supernatural entity which is responsible for physical disturbances, such as loud noises and objects being moved or destroyed.

Horror novel adaptations, remakes and hand-held documentary style, films that fall in the grotesque, murderous, spooky genre have hit the theatres throughout the years, and having this in mind, we decided to collect a few worthy recommendations.

Boris Karloff’s Frankenstein

‘Frankenstein’ or, ‘The Modern Prometheus’ is a novel written by English author Mary Shelley that tells the story of Victor Frankenstein, a representative of the golden age of Gothic literature and later adapted numerous times by the cinematographic...

Among last year’s triumph of ‘Crimson Peak’ and the catastrophic screen adaptation of ‘Victor Frankenstein,’ Hollywood seems to have acquired a thirst for kitschy, punctual gothic melodrama. Three piece suits clipped English accents, and high...