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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Art horror (or art house horror) is a sub-genre of both horror films and art-films. It explores and experiments with the artistic uses of horror.

Characteristics

Art-horror films tend to rely on atmosphere building, psychological character development, cinematic style and philosophical themes for effect - rather than straightforward scares. They are almost always created by an auteur. Like horror films, Art-Horror films attempt to evoke fear, terror or revulsion; but like art-films, they tend to be cerebral, contemplative, and inventive in terms of both content and form.

Art-horror films have been described as "a fascinating byproduct of the collision of art and commerce, of genre convention and personal vision".[1] Historically, the genre was loosely related to J-horror and Italian Giallo.

Notable art horror films

Notable directors

[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23]

See also

Further reading

  • Hawkins, J. (2000) Cutting Edge: Art-Horror and the Horrific Avant-Garde, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press
  • Hanscomb, S. (2010) "Existentialism and Art-Horror", Sartre Studies International 16:1, pp. 1-23

External links

References

  1. ^ "Under the Skin, Only Lovers Left Alive, and a Brief History of the Art-Horror Film". Vulture. Retrieved 2020-06-29.
  2. ^ 12 Arthouse Horror Directors Who Are Reinventing The Genre - The Playlist
  3. ^ Criterion Channel '70s Horror Trailer —- /Film
  4. ^ The 25 Most Artistic Horror Movies of All Time - Taste of Cinema
  5. ^ The 25 Most Artistic Horror Movies of All Time - Page 3 - Taste of Cinema
  6. ^ The 25 Most Artistic Horror Movies of All Time - Page 2 - Taste of Cinema
  7. ^ 13 Greatest Art-House Horror Films|Dread Central
  8. ^ The 11 Best Arthouse Horror Films|The Manual
  9. ^ 11 Art-House Horror Movies To Watch This Halloween Instead of the Typical Slashers|HuffPost
  10. ^ From 'Midsommar' to 'The Possessor': 10 modern arthouse horror movies to watch before Halloween (column)|Food + Living|lancasteronline.com
  11. ^ Arthouse of Horrors: The Scariest Movies on The Criterion Channel! - Bloody Disgusting
  12. ^ 5 Artsy Horror Movies That Are Overhyped (& 5 That Are Brilliant)|ScreenRant
  13. ^ How A24 Horror Movies & Arthouse Horror Became Popular In The 2010s|ScreenRant
  14. ^ Opening Night Is the Ultimate Arthouse Horror Film - Esquire
  15. ^ Pulling Focus: Safe (1995) — Taste of Cinema
  16. ^ The Problem with Horror Films Today|by Cheyenne Clark|Medium
  17. ^ Art House Films Are Changing Horror - Vocal
  18. ^ 'Hereditary'—Like: The 5 Best Recent Arthouse Horror Movies - TV Overmind
  19. ^ The Art Horror Film: Genius or Pretentious? - Horror Movies
  20. ^ Art Horror Series|Austin Film Society
  21. ^ Ganja and Hess|Austin Film Society
  22. ^ Antichrist|Austin Film Society
  23. ^ Trippy horror/fantasy Beyond the Black Rainbow gets DVD/Blu-ray release date - JoBlo


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