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Other smaller trends permutated in Italy in the 1970s such as films involving cannibals, zombies and Nazis which Newman described as "disreputable crazes".  In Italy entered the 1980s, the Italian film industry would gradually move towards making films for television.  The decade started with a high-budgeted production of Argento's Inferno (1980) and with the death of Mario Bava, Fulci became what historian Roberto Curti called "Italy's most prominent horror film director in the early 1980s".  Several zombie films were made in the country in the early 80s from Fulci and others while Argento would continue directing and producing films for others such as Lamberto Bava.  As Fulci's health deteriorated towards the end of the decade, many directors turned to making horror films for Joe D'Amato's Filmirage company, independent films or works for television and home video.   Spain
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Hobbs, Thomas (31 October 2021). " 'A living mirror to white brutality': Tony Todd on Candyman's violent (and erotic) horror". The Telegraph. ISSN 0307-1235 . Retrieved 22 October 2023.Ritman, Alex (December 16, 2022). "How an Online Frenzy Lit a Fuse Under Microbudget Slasher 'Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey' ". The Hollywood Reporter.
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As usual, beloved central London repertory cinema The Prince Charles will be showing more frightening films than Dracula has had bloody dinners during its wildly eclectic month-long season of spooky cinema this October. In the 1970s a shift in style and type of Hong Kong horror films began being produced, depicting more explicit depictions of sex.  Actor Kam Kwok-leung who appeared in some of these films such as the Shaw Brothers produced The Killer Snakes (1974) stated that the studio's "attitude was rather shameless; they threw in nude scenes or sex scenes regardless of the genre [...] As long as they could insert these scenes, they didn't mind throwing logic out the window. The Killer Snakes was no exception"  The film was directed by Kuei Chih-Hung, it was his first horror film and led to him being one of the few Hong Kong directors to specialize in horror.  These films were sometimes described as exploitation, characterized by their gratuitous or excessive nudity, extreme violence, and gore are generally regarded by critics as "bad" rather than quality or serious cinema.  Keui would return to horror in various films after such as Ghost Eyes (1974), Hex (1980), Hex vs Witcraft (1980), Hex After Hex (1982) Curse of Evil (1982) and The Boxer's Omen (1984).  These films were swept aside by the late 1980s when an even more raw form of exploitation cinema arose with the Category III film creation in 1988.  Category III films from the era such as Dr. Lamb (1992) and The Untold Story (1993) were linked to horror from their excessive violence and blood-letting of their serial killer central characters.  A South Korean zombie horror set almost entirely on a high-speed train? Where do we sign up? Train to Busanmight not do too much to break the zombie movie mould, but it’s an entertainingly tense tale of a father and daughter (plus a ragtag group of other survivors) trapped in a confined space with a bunch of fast-moving, vicious and utterly relentless undead monsters. If you fancy a break from Western horror movies and are in the mood for something a little different, it’s well worth a couple of hours of your time.
Abruptio has been named an Official Selection of the SMFF! We'll be having our world premiere during the festival. Dates TBA, but you'll be able to watch the film online. Congrats to our hard-working team of artists who made this possible, and thanks so much to the Santa Monica Film Festival". Facebook. December 9, 2022 . Retrieved January 11, 2023.
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To assist in scheduling your film fright night, we guide you through German expressionism ( Nosferatu, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari) and Universal monsters ( Dracula, The Wolf Man). Creature features ( King Kong, The Fly) nestle with Best Picture nominees ( The Exorcist, Get Out). Slashers ( Scream), zombies ( Dawn of the Dead), vampires ( Let the Right One In) abound with terror of the more psychological persuasion ( Don’t Look Now, The Innocents). Plus, we honor the recent stabs and strides made by female horror directors ( A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, The Babadook, The Invitation) and directors abroad ( Under the Shadow, The Wailing). Ferrarese, Marco. "Malaysian feminist body horror Tiger Stripes to debut at Cannes". www.aljazeera.com . Retrieved 2023-06-03. Devore, Britta (September 12, 2023). "Take a Ride Into the Unknown With This Sneak Peek of 'Elevator Game's Opening Scene [Exclusive]". Collider . Retrieved September 14, 2023.Shaun (played by co-writer Simon Pegg) is a shop assistant who’d rather be loafing around with best mate Ed than proving himself serious marriage material to girlfriend LIz. When a bust-up prompts him to change direction, it happens to coincide with a London-wide zombie outbreak. Meaning Shaun must traverse a ghoul-infested suburban hellhole to rescue his loved ones. Neelavelicham Movie: Showtimes, Review, Songs, Trailer, Posters, News & Videos". The Times of India . Retrieved 2023-03-04. D'Alessandro, Anthony (February 23, 2020). " 'Dark Harvest' Horror Movie With Director David Slade Heads To MGM". Deadline Hollywood . Retrieved May 10, 2021.