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We take a look at eight gothic horror movies that strayed from the expected conventions of the genre. Read more at Wicked Horror.

Gothic Horror Movies That Broke Tradition

The Rocky Horror Picture Show has been entered into the Hall of Fame of the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA, and the National Film Preservation Board, USA.

Sweet Home Alabama...perfect kiss in the rain (ahhh love it!)

What do you wanna marry me for anyhow? So I can kiss you anytime I want.- Sweet Home Alabama I love this movie so much! rain & a kiss = romance

1954 ~ Danny Kaye and Bing Crosby singing "Sisters" from White Christmas ... LOVE this movie.

Danny Kaye & Bing Crosby and "White Christmas" a yearly tradition - "Sisters" White Christmas - favorite Christmas movie EVER

The King and I (1956) w/ Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr -- "Et Cetera, Et Cetera, Et Cetera".

The King And I Musical "Shall We Dance? I saw this on the stage when I was young, and was completely awed by Yul Brenners charisma and strength!

One of my fav movies ever! - make-up still, Vivien Leigh for Gone With The Wind (1939)

Back to capsule: 1939 : Vivien Leigh’s Costume Test for “Gone with the Wind.” This was my grandmothers favorite movie

One of my favorite Christmas movies ever

The Bishop's Wife (1947)

"The Bishop's Wife" - A Christmas classic! A bishop (David Niven) trying to get a new cathedral built prays for guidance. An angel (Cary Grant) arrives, but his guidance isn't about fundraising. Loretta Young is simply marvelous as the Bishop's wife.

Atlanta hosted the opening of "Gone With the Wind" with Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh in attendance!  How cool is that?

A crowd outside the Astor Theater on Broadway in New York City, where the film opened on December a few days after the Atlanta premiere.

James Stewart and Grace Kelly - "Rear Window" (1954) - A wheelchair bound photographer spies on his neighbours from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder.

Rear Window (1954)

This is my personal favorite Hitchcock (I pretty much love them all) - Jimmy Stewart Grace Kelly and Thelma Ritter Also had great parts for Raymond Burr and Wendell Corey Top 100 list for this one!

Colazione Da Tiffany (Anniversary Edition) (DVD Nuovo)