Horror movies tend to tell us something about ourselves. About what we're afraid of - or what we're afraid of being afraid of. Science fiction tells us something about ourselves, too. About how we imagine our future, and about what we think about the way we live now. When the two mix together, they often produce some of the headiest concoctions of their respective decades, with the best sci-fi horror movies of the 1980s, the 1990s, and the 2000s all showing us a snapshot of a moment in our recent history, and the fears that recent history held about the future.
The 2010s are, obviously, more recent still. But perhaps that's all the more reason to look back at some of the forgotten gems of that decade, to see what we were afraid of and how that fear affected our ideas of a not-so-distant future (and, at times, a not-too-distant past) that we'll be living in before we know it.
- 114 VOTESPhoto: OTL Releasing
- 26 VOTESPhoto: A24
- 324 VOTESPhoto: Paramount Pictures
- 418 VOTESPhoto: Dimension Films
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