In a fascinating video essay, director David F. Sandberg (‘Lights Out,’ ‘Annabelle: Creation’) breaks down the best and not-so-great uses of darkness in horror.
Horror films are practically synonymous with darkness. That uneasy feeling of something lurking in the shadows is what directors lean on to set the tone.
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