Lists by Red-Barracuda
Definition: A type of horror film set in a historical time period. Usually Gothic in tone and often based on literary sources, these often lower budget productions compensated what they lacked in cash with elegant costumes and period sets.
I have listed them in my preferential order...
There is an ongoing discussion about the implementation of new genres here on IMDb. Experimental is one such badly needed genre. The discussion can be found here:
Proposed Experimental genre definition:
A title that explores the possibilities of film and video as art by "experimenting" with non-mainstream form and content. It often discards conventional techniques in favor of a non-linear, non-narrative structure; utilizes abstract, non-representational imagery and photographic techniques as opposed to the generally accepted production practices; and explores content from an unexpected, non-traditional, alternative point-of-view. Almost always an independent or low-budget film or video, it includes, but is not limited to, those titles also categorized as an underground-film or as avant-garde. Subjective.
In preferential order...
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All Night Horror Madness is a bi-annual event held at the Edinburgh Cameo. This is a list of the films screened, sorted by event.
Moviedrome was the BBC2 series that ran from 1988-2000. Each week it would screen one or two cult movies preceded with a short introduction from Alex Cox and, latterly, Mark Cousins. I wish they would bring it back. Here are the films shown on Moviedrome...
The films from the Mill Creek Horror Classics 100 pack. It's an eccentric collection, in which many aren't horror flicks at all.