Similarly to several other aquatic horror films, the sci-fi horror film, Leviathan (1989) directed by George Cosmatos, follows an underwater crew that disturbs a long time sleeping sea monster that wreaks havoc on the entire crew. In Leviathan, this underwater crew of geologists encounter a highly infectious DNA disease that transforms anyone in contact with it into a hideous and horrendous sea monster.
For years gloomy and murky bodies of water have brought about absolute terror in the hearts and minds of many cultures. While most people cannot explain why they fear these seemingly peaceful locations, researchers argue that most people are not afraid of the water itself but what might lurk below it.
This private event is set to occur in Los Angeles, California on October 23, 2021, just a few days before Halloween. The event will be an immersive experience happening at the music and art park, Wisdome. The design of the event seems to be similar to a festival focusing on music, cannabis, art, and community, with Halloween themes to make the event extra exciting!
What most people picture Dracula and Frankenstein to look like is based directly from the monsters’ portrayal in the various Universal Studios films they released from the 1920s all the way up until the mid-1950s.
The upcoming eight episode horror anthology series set to air on Netflix, titled Cabinet of Curiosities (2022) brings the macabre imagination and morbid creativity of the critically acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro to life.
The film April Fool’s Day (1986) takes on an interesting mix of horror and comedy, leaving viewers pleasantly satisfied with the terrible events occurring throughout the story. Reminiscent of the famous mystery author, Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None novel which was released years before, the film creatively and uniquely picks off it’s characters.
There is something alluring and deeply frightening about massive destruction, whether through man-made or natural events, which Emmerich has been able to harness and flourish. This list will compile of his most impressive films that left lasting impacts on society and reflected societal fears of the times.
Guillermo del Toro’s book titled “Cabinet of Curiosities,” is filled with beautifully illustrated pictures of del Toro’s imagination. The pictures throughout the book range from scribbled sketches with personal notes, design blueprints, posters, and notebook entries.
Almost two years after the last season of American Horror Story (TV Series, 2007) “Apocalypse” was released, the famous horror anthology TV series has returned and with full force without skipping a beat. Jumping right back into the horror, gore, and sex that so many of the show’s fans love, American Horror Story “Double Feature” is shaping up to be one of the best seasons the show has released yet.
Just like several horror films and stories, the film Black Christmas (1974) utilizes subtle symbols and messages throughout the story to emphasize specific emotions within the audience. Many times these emotions are fears that society as a whole is experiencing due to traumatic experiences or history changing events.