Minimalist horror is a funny little trend in the genre, using as little environment and setting as possible, terrifying us into believing that anything can happen even in the most innocent of scenarios. Does this method always work? Probably not, but even its failures are important because as far as horror has come as a medium (in terms of production quality and visual effects), even big-budgeted productions are starting to take advantage of the old adage “less is more”.
Gary is a twenty-two year old Canadian who partakes in all sorts of sedentary past times (reading, video games, etc.), his favourite of these is watching movies. His love for the cinema runs deep and he is constantly trying to find new ways to engage and approach films (because films are constantly trying to find new ways to engage and approach people). He does this mainly through film criticism, which he sees as both a hobby and a crucial link between movies and those who want to understand them a little more.