I’ve probably already said it, but I’m not a fan of the image subtype I’ve found. Despite occasional good things like Creep and The Bay (both of which I reviewed last October in the October Terror Series), most of them have received incredibly boring and repetitive haunted house festivals.
However, the subcategory that I like in my horror films is that filmmakers use different styles, perhaps different styles, and often go on an antology path, allowing a greater degree of creativity.
The love of slaughter is the result of numerous The Dark Tapes and TV or Black Reality in the use of this form as the cult classic Creepshow of the legendary Twilight Zone, George Romero and Stephen King’s 80s. Nine or American Fear Stories. I am crazy for the anthology form quite simply.