Film and Writing (M.A)
Focus in Film: Adaptation from Literature, Horror Filmmaking Styles and Auteur Cinema
A Filmmaker's Guide to the Horror Techniques Used in 'Insidious'
(Note: this article will feature analysis on the first instalment of the "Insidious" franchise and it is recommended that in order to get the best insight that you have watched the first instalment at least once over).
A Filmmaker's Guide to 'Final Destination 3'
(Note: this article will contain analysis on the film Final Destination 3 and in order to get the best insight into the article, it is recommended that you watch the entire film at least once).
A Filmmaker's Guide to the American Gothic Genre
The American Gothic needs to be understood in the following ways: What it is The Sub-Genres Examples The most important thing is to note that you cannot understand the American Gothic by simply watching films; you also need to read around and have a look at how it has been portrayed before the time that movies began.
The 5 Best Films to Watch to Learn Horror Filmmaking (Part 8)
This is Part 8 of the 5 Best Films to Watch to Learn to Horror Filmmaking and now, we're getting to those films that will make you think of more obscure sub-genres of horror hopefully. Also, I want to make you really think about the sub-genre you're doing and what makes that sub-genre different from all the others.
The 5 Best Films to Watch to Learn Horror Filmmaking (Part 7)
This is Part 7, so if you haven't seen the other six parts, I would click on my name on this article and view them. You don't have to view them in order, but know that there are six other sections. I hope you're watching as much of the genre as you can. I've always maintained the idea that you need to watch as many horror films as possible in order to learn as much as you can about the craft.
The 5 Best Films to Watch to Learn Horror Filmmaking (Part 6)
There are many great horror films to watch out there and I don't think I'm anywhere near done sharing these posts with you. This is Part six so, if you haven't read the other five parts, I suggest you do so. I suggest you do so especially if you're working on a horror project. I hope you gain ideas into themes, storyline and characters (including everything in between). So, let's carry on...
A Filmmaker's Guide to the Horror Techniques Used in 'Perfume: The Story of a Murderer'
(Note: this article contains information and analysis on the film "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer" and in order to gain the full insight it is recommended that you watch the entire film at least once over).
The 5 Best Films to Watch to Learn About Horror Filmmaking (Part 5)
This is the fifth part of the series of "The 5 Best Films to Watch" in order to learn your craft. If you haven't done so already, you may want to have a look at the other sections though there is no order in which to watch them. I hope you get a good insight into a few horror films by reading this article.