Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy

Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Sci-fi, horror and fantasy are important parts of film-making with the certain laws that you have to scare the audiences with some sort of invisible suspense.

You’ll probably notice that I’m not a fan of horror, sci-fi and fantasy films, and some of the best classic horror movies are missing, such as Frankenstein (1931), Dracula (1930) and The Invisible Man (1933) as I don't really want to watch them.  I also feel that some of these movies are not really appropriate for young children.

The Cabinet of Dr Cagliari
The Day the Earth Stood Still
King Kong (1933)
The Old,Dark House

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