What if I told you that the director of one of the most heartwarming and beloved Christmas movies of all time is the same director as probably the most terrifying and disturbing yuletide horror films of all time?
Horror movie maker Joshua Kennedy knows how to make imaginative movies with little or no money. He made an homage to '70s airline disaster films without a plane -- but with plenty of folding chairs.
These 13 films help us understand horror as an important mode of cultural expression, as a means to explore the dark inner recesses of ourselves and our society.
While the films Dracula A.D. 1972 and Dracula 2000 seem to be using a silly gimmick by placing the titular vampire into a modern setting, they are being uniquely faithful to Bram Stoker's gothic novel.