By V Renée
According to this video, these 10 horror flicks should be taught in every film school.
Horror is a genre that is near and dear to every indie filmmaker’s heart—or, at least, should be. It’s is deeply rooted in independent cinema; the 1960s not only saw a huge boom in independent film production due to the fact that indies didn’t have to adhere to the Hays Code, but they also saw an explosion of indie horror B-movies. They were cheap, relatively easy to make, and didn’t need above-the-line talent or movie stars. Fast forward several decades and horror film production is still counted as a desirable (and smart) way to cut your filmmaking teeth.
From:: No Film School