Nightmare Logic and the Cinema of Mario Bava
If you don’t know Mario Bava, you should. He is, without a doubt, one of the most influential filmmakers of all time, regardless of genre. He was responsible for the first Italian horror and science fiction films after he took over direction on I Vampiri for Riccardo Freda and made The Day The Sky Exploded, despite credit having been awarded to another director.
Latinx Horror Filmmakers To Watch For Hispanic Heritage Month And Beyond
Since February (remember February?) and the historic wins for Parasite and Bong Joon-ho at the Academy awards, representation in film has been an important topic of conversation, especially in the horror genre. It’s becoming increasingly more important that marginalized communities be afforded the opportunity to see themselves properly represented in the entertainment industry, an opportunity that has long been denied.