Supernatural Horror Genre Timeline

  • Nosferatu

    Nosferatu was the first and only production of Prana Film,founded in 1921 by Enrico Dieckmann and Albin Grau. Grau had the idea to shoot a vampire film; the inspiration arose from Grau's war experience: in the winter of 1916, a Serbian farmer told him that his father was a vampire and one of the Undead. It was the first vampire film to be made.
  • King Kong.

    King Kong.
    King Kong, the quintessential monster movie, was hugely successful upon its release, saving RKO from financial ruin, and has remained a favourite with film-makers and audiences ever since. Although it shows that sense of beauty and the beast t also has the genre of a powerful horror film. by having an outsized animal with massive strength.
  • Cat people

    Cat people
    An American man marries a Serbian immigrant who fears that she will turn into the cat person of her homeland's fables if they are intimate together.Reviews of the film were mixed when the film was first released. Variety called Cat People a "weird drama of thrill-chill caliber"while Bosley Crowther writing for The New York Times commented that "The Cat People is a labored and obvious attempt to induce shock."
  • House on haunted Hill

    House on haunted Hill
    Another low budget shocker starring Vincent Price: an eccentric millionaire entices five unlucky souls into his haunted mansion with the promise of a cash prize if they can survive the night. This Film is all about the quick shock and overnight survival of the fittest. Price presides over a veritable fun house of shock and startle.
  • Blood Feast

    Blood Feast
    It is an influential film, of the time was vlood feast, it was the fist ever splatter movie. This film serves numerous amounts of violet and bloody murder up on a well-lit plate. the story seems to be non-existent , the gore is why people still seem to watch this movie, and why it stil gains its popularity.
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  • The Exorcist

    The Exorcist
    The Exorcist has been voted ' The scariest movie of all time'. It brought intellectual respectability back to horror movies.The film is a chilling experience because it, unusually for horror films, takes itself and its subject seriously. There is very little humour here, apart from odd touches of irony. The Exorcist is very much a 'grown-up' horror movie, and marks the beginning of a new part of a cycle in the genre.
  • The Hitcher.

    The Hitcher.
    The Hitcher shows almost no onscreen gore, but is remembered for its extreme violence, especially the climactic scene where Jennifer Jason Leigh gets ripped in half. It's a truly nightmarish film, with its central character, who has not committed any crime, trapped in a nightmarish scenario that gets worse and worse and worse. Unlike many other horror movies with a human monster, The Hitcher delivers both shock and suspense, taking us on a terrifying journey across the empty California deserts i
  • Scream

    Scream is a crowd-pleaser from the get-go, its wit is accessible, and none of the references too arcane. It makes its audience feel like they know more about the horror genre than perhaps they actually do - the allusions are restricted to a narrow band of mainstream American movies from the 70s and 80s. The nerve-twanging opening sequence aside (Drew Barrymore is excellent as the doomed Casey), true horror moments are few and far between. Nonetheless, the movie scored major box office success ($
  • Final destination.

    Final destination.
    After a teenager has a terrifying vision of him and his friends dying in a plane crash, he prevents the accident only to have Death hunt them down, one by one