Early horror movies are largely based on nineteenth-century literature of the gothic genre, such as Universal’s Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (also 1931), and the term “horror movie” first appears in the writings of critics and film industry commentators in response to their release, but the term has since been applied retrospectively to similar films from the entire silent period. WikiPedia.
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