Just as Wes Craven was part of the horror movement he responded to when he made his “Scream,” Bettinelli-Olpin and Gillett became two-thirds of the Radio Silence film crew during the same time period. time with “The Scream” in 2022 reacted to. After working on the “October 31/98” segment of the first “V/H/S” film and the horror-thriller “Devil’s Due”, the directors scored their first success with the series. 2019 horror action comedy “Ready or not.” However, by that point, horror is no longer a niche market as it once was. Gillett observed:
“I think one of the things we can talk about is when [writer] Kevin [Williamson] and Wes created the first ‘Scream’, the fringe thriller in many ways. It’s not an all-too-common style of storytelling. And now, in 2020, and for the better part of the last decade, true horror is on the rise. “
Peele certainly did his part to propagate that change when he made his directorial debut on “Get Out.” The 2017 film was like a lightning bolt to the horror genre, precisely combining elements of gritty humor with gory violence to satirize modern liberal whites racism while attracts a larger audience than even devoted horror fans. In the five years since, Peele’s star has only continued to rise on a rapid trajectory, between producing critical and financial hits like “BlacKkKlansman” and “Candyman”, hosting the reboot ” The Twilight Zone” and directed two other original, ambitious thrillers (“Us” and “Nope”).
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