German Expressionism influenced HorrorGerman Expressionism influenced HorrorGerman Expressionism influenced Horror3 days ago in Academic Essays More Like This
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) VS Tim Burton’s Films (Vincent (1982), Edward Scissorhands(1990), The Nightmare Before Christmas(1993), Corpse Bride(2005) or Frankenweenie(1984/2012))
German Expressionism is an amazing artistic movement that people have been inspired by since the early 20th century. During that time, a few films were made that had that style. One was Metropolis (1927), and the other was The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920), directed by Robert Wiene. The latter has more horror aspects. It has an unusually exaggerated visual style in the film which includes: strangely shaped architecture, highly contrasted lighting which adds an eerie quality to the film, and the use of the human body to express emotion. The style was so well known, it was shown in films that are descended from “Caligari” like the film noir-films and some of Alfred Hitckcock’s films. Even Woody Allen di
More Useless Crap for SchoolThe Greatest Gift I Have Ever ReceivedMore Useless Crap for School3 days ago in Academic Essays More Like This
By Dia Wells
Have you ever wondered what the greatest gift is? Friendship is the greatest gift I have ever received.
How precious is a friend? Very precious, for we depend on humans to heal our broken souls, to cope, for friends are not fake. Friendship is not bought by money, but by no other reason than LOVE. This is the same LOVE that Jesus laid down his life with. Death cannot part true friendship.
Do we need friendship? According to Gen 2:18, “The Lord God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him.”
My best friend is like my sister. I became friends with her in fourth grade when we were on a fieldtrip. God had placed her with me f