The horror genre has had more twists and turns than a Mexican highway. Today, horror is filled with blood splatter, torture chambers, and cheap Syfy movies that think CG is a substitute for actual plot and characters. I’m being overly general, of course, but it’s hard to not look at my beloved horror, the genre that helped pass many a dark nights and many dates with Mary, and not think that something has gone massively awry.
Where did we go wrong? It helps if we look at horror from its humble beginnings to today’s pop version.
Okay, let’s talk about old horror. There is no such thing.
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