Rules, tropes, cliches all films have them, what sub-genres should I test?
Help decide on future film sub-genres to be tested by doing the following poll (explanations for sub-genres appear after the poll.)
- Adaptations - Films based on plays, books, comics, etc. [Educating Rita]
- Art House films - Arty and independent films outside the mainstream. [Better than Chocolate]
- Beach Party films - Films from the Beach Party film series and similar films. [Muscle Beach Party]
- Christian films - Films created for a Christian audience. [God's Not Dead]
- Dogme '95 films - Films that follow the Dogme '95 rules. [The Idiots]
- German Expressionism movement - Dark films from the German in the 1910s - 1930s. [Metropolis]
- Italian Neo-Realism - Italian films from WWII and the post-WWII period dealing with poverty and injustice. [The Bicycle Thief]
- "Road to..." film series - Films from the Bing Crosby/Bob Hope film series. [Road to Morocco]
- Road Trip films - Films about people traveling across country. [Something Wild]
- British New Wave Social Realism - Films about the working class struggle in a declining economic structure. [Raining Stones]
Any other genre you feel are missing and need to be added to the list? Any films that need to be tested? Please comment below.
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