A Bread Factory Part One For the Sake of Gold
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A Bread Factory Part One For the Sake of Gold

In October 2017, GQ published a staggering article covering this new Golden Age of Horror Movies. It’s true, this cultural moment is quite the horror renaissance. Abruptio These movies aren’t just terrifying, they’re smart, and well written. There is a matter to them that goes beyond any monster, zombie, or murderer you can throw on a screen. Gone are the days of reliance on jump scares and gore galore. If you want to see a good horror movie, nowadays, it seems, you don’t really have to look far.

There is no question the genre as a whole is having a moment. But I think when we talk about this Golden Age of Horror, we ought to mention what is really making them Knuckleball so terrifying. And I’m not talking about unadulterated suspense. It is worth saying that some of the best horror are the ones that are intrinsically bent on reflecting some form of real terror. Monsters out of the blue can terrify, no question. But the monsters hiding in plain sight are often the most horrific, and also render us incapable of dozing peacefully off to sleep whilst the night light is on.

Here, we find a resurgence of smart, independent horror films laced with intertextual commentary. The renaissance for indie horror doesn’t just depend on the quality of the film Gully Boy as a whole. It has everything to do with how the films are discussing the culture surrounding it. Using film and the genre of horror as a vehicle to manipulate our thoughts by forcing us to confront our own demons.

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A Bread Factory Part One For the Sake of Gold
A Bread Factory Part One For the Sake of Gold
A Bread Factory Part One For the Sake of Gold