Lists by MinaGrentham

a list of 974 titles
 
a list of 109 titles
-3
 
a list of 13 titles
Richard Stanley's films include the visionary science fiction thriller Hardware (1990) and the mystical Africa-based horror film Dust Devil (1992). He was the original writer/director of The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996) before departing the production after a few days. He cowrote the screenplay for The Abandoned (2006), directed music videos, penned articles, and made documentaries on such diverse topics as Afghan freedom fighters, Haitian voodoo, and Nazi occultism. He is also a trained anthropologist and a voodoo houngon.
 
a list of 10 titles
Jörg Buttgereit is the director/cowriter of the legendary art house horror films Nekromantik, Nekromantic 2, Der Todesking, and Schramm. He has also directed music videos, TV shows, and stage productions, and written the books Monster Island and Nightmares in Plastic.
 
a list of 10 titles
Lisa Morton's fiction has appeared in many books and magazines, including the award-winning anthologies The Museum of Horrors and Dark Delicacies. She won the 2006 Bram Stoker Award for Short Fiction for her story "Tested." She has also written several films, including Meet the Hollowheads, and two nonfiction books, The Cinema of Tsui Hark and The Halloween Encyclopedia.
 
a list of 10 titles
During his long, checkered, occasionally hallucinatory and sometimes hell-raising career, Mick Farren has published over twenty novels. An unreconstructed rock 'n' roller, he also continues to function as a recording artist and songwriter. He resides in Los Angeles where he writes a media column for Los Angeles CityBeat.

Hammer Film Productions is arguably the best-known British studio. Founded in 1934, it staggered for more than twenty years making truly dreadful, low-budget second-features like Death in High Heels, Crime Reporter, and Dick Barton Special Agent. It wasn't until the mid-1950s, with innovative remakes of the Frankenstein and Dracula classics, that it hit a formula that would make it a legend in Gothic horror cinema. The strength of Hammer films lay in a repertory company of classically trained actors led by Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing, and production techniques that turned cheap thrills into classy kitsch. One ohter factor played incredibly well for Hammer. They were the first English-language studio to make low-cost horror flicks in color, with the spilled blood a vivid red.
 
a list of 10 titles
With his disturbing short films, including the notorious Cutting Moments, Douglas Buck has been a continuing presence at international genre festivals for over ten years. With the theatrical release in France and New York of his first indie feature, Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America, to outstanding critical reception, and the completion of his second feature Sisters, it appears Buck's time under the radar has passed. He's arrived.
 
a list of 11 titles
F.X. Feeney is best known for his writings on film for L.A. Weekly and the Z Channel. Feeney's credits as a screenwriter include Frankenstein Unbound (1990), which he wrote for director Roger Corman, based on the novel by Brian Aldiss.

I was tempted to call this list "Children, Grandchildren, and Stepchildren of the Damned." One scary kid on film breeds legions of others, it seems, in hit after hit--though it's fascinating to note that monstrous children never appeared onscreen until after 1945. Strictly speaking, the arrive in the late 1950s: but that's in keeping with the rebuilding of the world which followed Spain's civil war, the Nazi genocide against the Jews, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the whole of World War II. Humanity had never been obliged to consider so many displaced, lost children at one time before. The notion of "mutation" (for which we can thank our friend the atom) was also new. How better to dramatize these terrors and potential horrors than by focusing on children, whose potentials are by definition limitless?
 
a list of 10 titles
Joe Lynch was born in Long Island, raised on a steady diet of horror films, novels, comics, and dirty-water hot dogs. Upon graduating from Syracuse University, Lynch was named "Filmmaker of the Year" in The Village Voice's Best of Long Island issue for his short films and his first real first film job was as a grip/actor/third unit director/writer on the Troma cult classic Terror Firmer, which led to an in-house writing position at "The House that Toxie Built."

My mother, Marina, will not be so keen on me exposing this list, but no matter. See, my mom, herself a horror nut as a teenager, is the red-handed culprit who passed on the virus of horror to me (as well as my two younger brothers) at a very susceptible age. It was that early exposure to the ghoulish that made me fall in love with horror, be it good, bad, or ugly. Yet, it was watching these movies that first clamped my eyes open like a reformed droog to the power of manipulative cinema and visual storytelling, and to how profoundly the medium had its grip on an audience.

So, this is the epitome of a "subjective list"--it's not for you to agree or disagree with...frankly, it's a chance for me to possibly embarrass my mom, but also thank her for giving me the gift of appreciating great genre filmmaking, both by watching and appreciating it, and now by making it.

Thanks for scaring the *beep* out of me, Mom...I wouldn't have had it any other way.
 
a list of 10 titles
Actress Cerina Vincent is best known to horror fans for her roles as Marcy in Eli Roth's Cabin Fever (for which she was nominated for the Saturn Awards' "Best Face of the Future").

Though I'm madly in love with the horror genre now, I have to admit that I was not always a horror fan. Unfortunately, between the tender ages of five and nine, I was exposed to horror films that terrified me until I was twenty. Maybe I had an overactive imagination, or maybe I just wasn't as cool as some other kids, but these movies screwed with my young brain; I worried and obsessed about these films daily, and spent too many nights falling asleep with the light on or sleeping in my parents' bed. It wasn't my parents who showed me these films too early--it was my friends' parents. These adults were renting frightening films for their daughters' slumber parties and had no clue of the terrible effect that these films had on our innocent little lives. I now realize what a compliment that is to these brilliant horror filmmakers, but I feel I wasted too many years thinking I hated horror, when what I really hated was my friends' parents. So, to stop turning chicks away from horror, and to ensure more female horror fans, here is a list of films that little girls should not watch until they are old enough to appreciate them.
 
a list of 12 titles
Nancy Holder is a USA Today bestselling author and former Trustee of the Horror Writers Association. She has received four Bram Stoker Awards, and her work has appeared on recommended reading lists by the NYPL; the American Reading Association; and the ALA. She has written many tie-in novels and authorized episode guides for shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Smallville, and others. She also writes spookiness for children and young adults, most notably as Chris P. Flesh and Carolyn Keene.
 
a list of 15 titles
Essays by Barry Gifford on these films may be found in his books Out of the Past: Adventures in Film Noir (2001) and The Cavalry Charges (2007). His novels include Wild at Heart (1990), which was filmed by David Lynch, Night People (1992), and Memories from a Sinking Ship (2007). He has written screenplays for numerous films, including Lost Highway (1997), Perdita Durango (1997), and City of Ghosts (2003).
 
a list of 10 titles
Johnny Ramone was the guitarist for the legendary punk rock group the Ramones. In 2003 he was named the sixteenth Greatest Guitarist of all time by Rolling Stone magazine. A lifelong horror fan, he compiled the following list himself prior to his death in 2004.
 
a list of 5 titles
A native of Waukegan, Illinois, Ray Bradbury is the author of The Martian Chronicles, Fahrenheit 451, The October Country, Dandelion Wine, Something Wicked This Way Comes, The Illustrated Man, and countless other classic works of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. He has also been the recipient of numerous awards, including a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2002, and the National Medal of the Arts in 2004.

The following was dictated to Del Howison on September 16, 2007, at Ray Bradbury’s home in Los Angeles, California.
 
a list of 10 titles
 
a list of 102 titles
http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/filmspotting+top+100+animated+films/bondo/ http://www.filmspotting.net/forum/index.php?topic=11504.0
 
a list of 38 titles
 
a list of 100 titles
http://animator.ru/index.phtml?p=show_news&nid=1545
https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/golden+100+of+russian+animation/mjf314/
 
a list of 88 titles
 
a list of 33 titles
 
a list of 3 titles
 
a list of 132 titles
- 5 for TV eps
-14 for shorts
----
113 entries
 
a list of 143 titles
minus 10 for tv ep pairings
minus 9 for short film groupings
---
123 total
 
a list of 32 titles
 
a list of 751 titles
Every year, a number of television pilots are filmed -- "test episodes" for potential new shows. Some of them get ordered to series, and those pilot episodes often become episode #1 of the new show. Others, however, are unable to hurdle that barrier and remain unsold -- not picked up as a full television series.

Note that "unsold" does not necessarily equate to "unaired" -- many of the pilots listed here have aired on tv, either as a backdoor pilot (shown as a tv movie, or as an episode of an already-running tv show from which it was intended to spin off) or "burned off" (aired as a tv movie or a one-off episode among the summer reruns, or incorporated into one of several anthology tv series that consisted entirely of rejected pilots). Others have seen the light of day as extra features on DVDs, or straight-to-video releases, or in a few cases were even bumped up to theatrical releases.

Sources:
Unsold Television Pilots, Lee Goldberg.
Movies Made for Television, 1964-2004, Alvin H. Marill.
Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2007, Vincent Terrace.

(A work in progress.)
 
a list of 1,001 titles
Steven Jay Schneider, 2006
 
a list of 1,001 titles
Steven Jay Schneider, 2005
 
a list of 1,001 titles
Steven Jay Schneider, 2003
 
a list of 110 titles
by Aaron Christensen (aka Dr. AC), 2007
 
a list of 500 titles
As voted/compiled by the IMDb horror board in 2009.
 
a list of 334 titles
by James Marriott & Kim Newman, 2010 (2nd edition)

(Apparently it is 333 films and one TV show. Guess that didn't sound as good.)
 
a list of 136 titles
by Don Sumner, 2010

Essential Horror Movies: The Categories
1-6______Aberrations of Nature
7-11_____Aliens and Outer Space
12-16____Asian Horror
17-22____Beginner's Shelf
23-27____Classics: Universal Horror
28-32____Classics: Hammer Horror
33-38____Classics: Other
39-43____Evil From Hell
44-49____Foreign Horror
50-54____Ghost Stories
55-60____Homicidal Slashers
61-68____Monsters
69-73____Psychotics
74-78____Supernatural Thrillers
79-85____Vampires
86-91____Zombie Invasion

Honorable Mention:
92-96____Campy Fun
97-101___Super Sequels
102-106__Banned!

Remake Nation:
107-111__Modernizations
112-116__Reimaginings
117-121__Foreign Horror for U.S. Audiences
122-124__Encapsulations

Ten Days to Halloween
125-136__Movies to Watch as the Big Day Approaches
 
a list of 140 titles
by Alan Jones, 2005

1-50_The Canon: 50 Horror Classics
51-57_The Origins: Horror Literature
58-96_The History: Over 100 Years of Horror
97-127_The Icons: The Faces of Horror
128-140_The Global Picture: Horror Movies Around the World
 
a list of 101 titles
by Steven Jay Schneider, 2009
 
a list of 732 titles
finalgirl.blogspot.com
The results of 200-odd people submitting their personal top 20 horror movies.