Originally Posted by KathleenA
Maybe, but I confess that I love Gothic movies. To me, horror produces more intense and profound fear whereas Gothic is much more subtle. Apprehension rather than terror. I could be wrong. The modern part simply places it in current times rather than a past era.
I loved those shows.
I don't watch horror shows, yet I thrive on the bloodiest, scariest books - murder mysteries. I guess it's a matter of how much time they spend showing blood, explosions, etc., and how much time figuring who the bad guys are, why, etc.
I'm fascinated by the technology: DNA? Who woulda thunk it?