Horror movies are usually a low budget films with equally low income, but sometime a movie came out that its production value is over charts and of course sometimes this break box-office records. In other occasions a tiny production with no remarkable ideas became the horror movie of the year. EJFOX.com created this infographic showing which of the films in the last 40 years are the top grossing films of the genre.
F.Y.I. the graphic also shows the constant presence of the most famous monster of the genre, Dracula.
The place I want to visit the most in this planet is London. That city have a magical allure to me. One of my 2013 resolutions is to visit United Kingdom, so I’m starting to warm up with a list of movies set in London. Also I’m really thankful to England because according to the statistics of my blog this country is the second place in visits.
Today is December 21st, 2012 and I know a lot of people were waiting for the end of the world, but guess what? The world is still turning and we are alive. The Mayans do not predict the end of … Continue reading →