Hollywood’s Love Affair With Terror

Hollywood's Love Affair With Terror

How horror became Hollywood’s safe bet in a scary box office climate

Hollywood’s love affair with terror goes back more than a century. From silent-era Universal Studios to Hollywood’s ‘Sicko’ franchise, Hollywood has put its money, and many filmmakers and actors’ lives, on the line while pushing the limits of the genre.

Hollywood’s love affair with terror goes back more than a century. From silent-era Universal Studios to Hollywood’s ‘Sicko’ franchise, Hollywood has put its money, and many filmmakers and actors’ lives, on the line while pushing the limits of the genre.

Hollywood’s love affair with terror goes back more than a century. From silent-era Universal Studios to Hollywood’s “Sicko” franchise, Hollywood has put its money, and many filmmakers and actors’ lives, on the line while pushing the limits of the genre.

Hollywood’s love affair with terror goes back more than a century. From silent-era Universal Studios to Hollywood’s “Sicko” franchise, Hollywood has put its money, and many filmmakers and actors’ lives, on the line while pushing the limits of the genre.

Hollywood’s love affair with terror goes back more than a century. From silent-era Universal Studios to Hollywood’s “Sicko” franchise, Hollywood has put its money, and many filmmakers and actors’ lives, on the line while pushing the limits of the genre.

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Hollywood’s love affair with terror goes back more than a century. From silent-era Universal Studios to Hollywood’s “Sicko” franchise, Hollywood has put its money,… Photo-4798156.56787 – NewsTimes

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The legendary horror actor Christopher Lee appears on the set of “Sicko” in the late ’80s. (Photo by William Campbell/Cinefantastique.com)

The legendary horror actor Christopher Lee appears on the set of “Sick

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