In 1935, Universal Pictures released James Whale’s ‘Bride of Frankenstein,’ a horror film featuring a monster denied the power of speech.
Concisely summarising the history of horror films and body horror’s place in the history of cinema, moreover, describing ‘District 9’s generic instability.
The recent emergence of a crop of successful French-language horror films manifests a multiplicity of transformations in Québec cinema in particular.
Hammer Film Productions had run its course by the early 1970s and cinematic production ceased altogether by 1975, yet, still continued with book publishings.
Hammer Film Productions was affected by cultural, historical, and industrial factors that were responsible for the studios’ misfortune.
Hammer Film Productions’ brand of melodramatic Gothic Horror reinvented horror cinema in 1957 establishing a markedly recognizable house style.