The masterpiece The Wicker Man has endured a lot of indignities on its path to being a cult classic. There was a rushed production in November, causing much of the movie to take place in an artificial spring, with buds glued on trees. But somehow, the movie came out anyway, and for the last 55 years horror connoisseurs have reveled in its raffish, low-budget freakiness.
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To have a strain of disease that rocks the globe is always the stuff of horrors, the possibility of the beginning of the end for civilization. Yet each beginning of such illness seems to create a frenzy of those who search deep and find a solution, thereby relegating the apocalypse to the background of thoughts one more time. In The Blondes by Emily Schultz, we are introduced to a funny tongue-in-cheek type of apocalyptic future where one after another horror and death or deaths are caused by blonde women throughout the world.
Sex appeal was always an important aspect of horror, but unlike the blonde counterparts that were generated as virgins sprinkled with angel dust, the brunette monster was a lustful demoness with the ability to completely take down any man with a bat of an eyelash and a swivel of a hip. There was no fear factor, just a pretty face to sympathize with. Name required.
March 8th,pm. She'll play one of them, Morgan, who can transform into a creature with claws, fangs and yellow eyes. Allison Miller also stars as Celine, who can fly.
We all know there are a large amount of tropes revolving around characters who happen to be blonde. It's almost inevitable that the blonde is going to get it. There may be a number of reasons for this but you're almost guaranteed to have a blonde getting killed off in contrast to a raven-haired Final Girl.
The Cabin in the Woods has been out in theaters for a few days now, which has given audiences a bit of a chance to see it, scream, sit up in shock or recognition — whatever they need to do to digest this teen slasher movie that redefines the horror genre, from the minds of Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard. Who is the audience? What is the benefit? How are you doing?
The ditzy blonde girl in a horror movie goes wandering around in the dark wearing something skanky, only to meet a gruesome end. Does anybody mourn Paris Hilton in House of Wax? Tara Reid in Urban Legend?