Horror Week – Director’s Week

This month The Film Queue is going to try something different.

Typically, during one week a month we would focus on the work of one filmmaker, but for the month of October, we figured instead of doing that, we’re going to focus on a genre, horror films. The assignment for our writers was quite simple, pick a horror film that can arguably be considered iconic, or influential whether that be to us or to the rest of society and write about it. We always are proud and happy with our output, but we are possibly more so since this month we shine a light on films that aren’t always appreciated like they deserve. So, let’s praise the camp, the gore, the bad acting, and the good acting.

This post will work as a master post, so as the week continues, we will update this page with all our dedicated articles.

We hope you get as terrified as we were when we watched these films.

The Exorcist
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Ginger Snaps
The Cabin in the Woods

Previous Director’s Week:

Stanley Kubrick

Sam Raimi

Darren Aronofsky

The Wachowskis

Steven Spielberg

David Fincher


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