Vincenzo Natali’s Splice Pairs Perfectly With This 1931 Classic Monster Movie

Splice is a highly memorable and truly terrifying movie, and it pairs perfectly with a classic of the horror genre. Released in 2010 to solid reviews (but an ultimately lackluster box office), Splice fused sci-fi and horror to explore questions about life and humanity in an age where science could transform people into something new. It’s far from the only movie to use those genres to explore inquisitive reflections on the nature of life and death, speaking to the universal power of those themes as Splice

even takes inspiration from real life. In fact, those shared qualities actually give an inherent connection to some of the horror genre’s most iconic concepts.


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