I have seen every single Stanley Kubrick and they have all blown me away, I haven't seen Paths of Glory because I want to save that for the future. In the vampire category, 30 Days of Night (2007) offers a dark storyline with the some of the most suitably frightening, intractably evil members of the blood-drinking undead ever filmed. The Fly, released by David Cronenberg in 1987, isn’t so much a monster movie — in spite of the obvious presence of a monster — as yet another body-horror tale in the Cronenberg style. Moving to Hollywood in 1939, Hitchcock went on to host an anthology television show called Alfred Hitchcock Presents which features his now-famous silhouette entrance. John Lennon • Darth Vader • Abe Lincoln • Lady Gaga • Hulk Hogan • Ludwig van Beethoven • Stephen Hawking • Easter Bunny • Napoleon Dynamite • Vince Offer • Dumbledore • The Cat in the Hat • Mister Rogers • Christopher Columbus • Nice Peter • Master Chief • Luigi (Mario Brothers) • Michael Jackson • Steve Jobs • HAL 9000 • Freddie Mercury • Tenth Doctor • Batman • Santa Claus • Nikola Tesla • Lance Armstrong • Mozart • Rasputin • Vladimir Lenin • Vladimir Putin • Blackbeard • Bob Ross • Donald Trump • The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come • Rick Grimes • Bill Nye • George Washington • Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) • Jamie Hyneman (The Mythbusters) • Romeo Montague (Romeo & Juliet) • Zeus • Steven Spielberg • Michael Bay • Ted "Theodore" Logan (Bill & Ted) • David Copperfield • RoboCop • Nietzsche (The Western Philosophers) • Julius Caesar • Jim Henson • Kermit the Frog • Boba Fett • J. R. R. Tolkien • Thomas Jefferson • Austin Powers • Bruce Jenner • Ivan the Terrible • Charles Darwin • Tony Hawk • Mark Zuckerberg • Guy Fawkes • Ronald McDonald • George Carlin • Jacques Cousteau • Sigmund Freud • Count Dracula • The Joker • J. Robert Oppenheimer • Joe BidenT-Series • Ronald McDonald • Big BirdMichael J. Stewart then wanders out onto the streets of San Francisco, where he encounters Kubrick’s motley crew: Torrance again; the droogs from A Clockwork Orange; Dave Bowman in a spacesuit, from 2001: A Space Odyssey. If neither, state who you think is the greatest director ever is. Do another take and get it right, 127 times! It’s…the film that ridiculed itself! Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. What is your favorite genre of movies? Discussion. The great John Carpenter once said: “There are two different stories in horror: internal and external. He was an English film director and producer, acclaimed in Britain for movies such as The Thirty-Nine Steps. Tough one. Finally, the prototype of all evil-child horror films: The Bad Seed (1956). „Yahoo“ yra „Verizon Media“ dalis. The story gleefully mocks horror film conventions even while using them very effectively to advance the increasingly complicated plot. So should Them! Join Yahoo Answers and get 100 points today. They do not represent what other people are doing, instead they contrast what is happening in the industry. From Alfred Hitchcock to Stanley Kubrick: The ultimate guide to the best horror films of all time, Start typing to see results or hit ESC to close, Six breathtaking Neil Young guitar solos that prove he is a genius, Lana Del Rey covers ‘On Eagle’s Wings’ in tribute to Joe Biden victory, The ultimate guide to Tom Waits: A mammoth 24-hour complete playlist, The Barbican continues to offer new digital content and concert livestreams, Tracey Emin says she hopes to “get past Christmas” following cancer surgery, Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie set to reopen after six-year renovation, From Bob Dylan to Leonard Cohen: Joni Mitchell’s favourite songs of all time, A 367-track playlist chronicling the career of Joni Mitchell, Horror master Stephen King names his 22 favourite films of all time. He was portrayed by Ruggles Outbound. These types of genre-challenging works are not Academy friendly. Alfred Hitchcock was called the master of suspense with good reason. Every single frame a painting made exactly how I wanna make it. The carefully chosen and distinctive look and sound of the movie’s key scenes enhance the growing sense of dread amazingly. Horror, which has existed as a genre of film for more than a century, was first inspired by literature from authors such as Edgar Allan Poe and Mary Shelley and, to this day, still enjoys a close relationship with novelist like Stephen King continually repurposing his work for the big screen. (Spoiler warning: it was all just a dream. The Cabin in the Woods (2012) is perhaps the ultimate horror film parody, referencing dozens, possibly hundreds, of horror movies from Evil Dead to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, from Nightmare on Elm Street to Ju-On.