Silent Movies

Cult movies have been around for decades and can often be traced back to the silent era of the 1930s. Many people, though, forget that these films were made in the early days of movie making and just as the silent era was a time when movies were made with no special effects and were mostly hand-held, so are these movies of the 1930s. Silent original These films have their roots in many places. In fact, some of them have roots in both the silent era and the 'talkies' era. Some of these movies were produced during the silent era and are now known as 'classics' of the silent era, while others were produced in the 'talkies' era and are called cult movies. As the years passed by, however, they changed into the modern genre of Hollywood-style entertainment. One such film is the 1938 silent classic, "The Ten Commandments." This film is a great example of the way in which silent movies used special effects in order to tell a story, as well as showing how the film industry responded to the changes that were taking place in Hollywood. Silent movies were used primarily to show the struggles of society at the time. Often, these movies are more about social issues and were not meant to entertain. They were meant to teach viewers a lesson about what happened and how things were set up for future generations. The movie also used a few of the old techniques that would be used later in this genre. Other movies that fall into this category would be "The Big Sleep." This movie was a huge hit when it first came out. The problem was that the film was lost and was never rediscovered. This movie, however, was rediscovered and is now considered a cult classic. Another one would be the 1933 film, "All About Eve," which is probably considered a classic as well. This movie stars Marilyn Monroe, who was the first woman to pose for a full length movie in that particular genre. The movie depicts the trials and tribulations of Monroe and her husband, James Mason, and their relationship. Of course, there is "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." This is another film that has come to be known as a cult classic, as it was one of the first "cartoon" movies. Movies example It was made a few years before Disney's "Snow White" movie. This is a movie that is now considered one of the modern day cult movie. It tells the story of an evil rabbit that runs around and takes over Hollywood. Many other movies are considered cult classics today. They include "Romeo And Juliet," "National Treasure," "Catch Me If You Can," "The Exorcist," "The Dead Zone," "Mondo Trasho," "The Breakfast Club," "Leprechaun"The Rocky Horror Picture Show." These movies are also all examples of the way in which silent movies have been used in modern day cult movie making. As you can see, this is not just a movie that was once only shown in theaters. It has become something that is enjoyed by many people around the world. The truth is, many people can be found enjoying a silent movie today, even if they don't know how to find them. While this may seem strange, the reason for this popularity of silent movie making has a lot to do with the fact that people have moved from talking movies to movies where people hear voices. As people move away from watching movies where they talk and embrace movies where they listen, the number of people that watch silent movies increase. Some of the movies that are known for being among the best of this type of movie making today are, "Carrie," "Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory," "The Exorcist," "Howards End," "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"Sweeney Todd." These are all classics that are popular today because they were made during the period in history where silent movie making was so popular. These movies were made during a time in which people felt that they could tell a story in a simple manner. These were made as much for the story as they were for entertainment purposes. These movies still hold some of the same appeal as they did then.