Creating a movie is a big task. Even with HD cameras and high quality sound equipment more accessible and affordable than ever before, it's a huge commitment to make an independent film. In most cases, you need a story, you need actors, you need locations and props, you could use an original song or two, and maybe even special effects. Then you have to coordinate all of the cast and crew, who are
No genre inspires as many cliches, both beloved and hated, as horror. Put on any random slasher movie while a horror buff is in the room and chances are strong that he'll be able to map out every moment, and every poor decision on the part of the main characters, a half hour in advance. However, that horror buff will also tell you that the predictability of it all can be a lot of fun.