When it comes to horror cinema, every decade of film production has a value of its own. From the post-war panic of the ’50s to the slasher-infused ’80s, fear has been exploited in different ways at the same pace as film evolution. It doesn’t matter what period you were born in, chances are one of your first contacts with movies was through a horror film that “wasn’t supposed to be seen” and which hit on a vulnerable vein of society. Such a journey is a darn fun one.
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