Because I'm a big fan of black and white horror, I've chosen several more films to take the color out of and imagine as a monochrome piece of work. If you missed part one, here it is.
And now - Part 2...
The Fog (1980)
The Descent 2
*Foreign films are quite striking this way:
Sauna (2008, Finland)
Pan's Labyrinth (2007, Spain)
Let the Right One In (2008, Sweden)
*Black and white makes water look even more ominous.
Let's Scare Jessica to Death
*Weren't vampires meant to be in monochrome?
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Creepy kids...even worse in black & white...
The Devil's Backbone
Trick 'r Treat
Children of the Corn
*I'd think twice before buying, renting, attending school, or spending the weekend in any of these places...
The Amityville Horror
The Evil Dead
Psycho 2 [don't tell me that picture isn't perfect.....]
Again, period films really work this way.
The first of two from Angel Heart:
*Werewolves: Proving color means nothing when you're talking terror.
An American Werewolf in London
*Don't you hate it when the person next to you just might not be himself anymore?
The Thing (1982)
The Machinist [god that's dreadful!]
The Crazies (2010) [proving Timothy Olyphant looks good even without a bit of color in his cheeks.]