Definition of 'horror film'
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Once, the cinema ran a week of the worst horror films they could find. Times, Sunday Times (2016)THINK horror films are as scary as it gets? The Sun (2016)The test of a good horror film is how good it is between the big set pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Not quite a horror film but not necessarily far off. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was like watching a horror film unfold. The Sun (2011)It was like something out of a horror film. The Sun (2013)Others fear that it could catch mainstream horror films and will be difficult for the police to enforce. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Some members of staff fuelled his interest in horror films by taking him to see them at a local cinema. The Sun (2008)This was as good as any feature-length horror film! The Sun (2008)They argued over who had the most disgusting wound and joked that they could probably find parts in horror films if they tried. Times, Sunday Times (2009)His apprenticeship was served on Hammer horror films in the production department. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It looked like the sort of thing you'd see in a horror film. The Sun (2016)It's not the typical haunted house that you see in a horror film. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Hasn't she seen a horror film? The Sun (2014)You have found a way to be a bit like a gardener, but using massive power tools more usually seen in horror films. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A good horror film tells you all about the host nation's culture. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'horror film'
British English: horror film /ˈhɒrə fɪlm/ NOUN
A horror film is a film that is intended to be very frightening.
- American English: horror movie
- Arabic: فِيلمُ الرُعْبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: filme de terror
- Chinese: 恐怖片
- Croatian: horor
- Czech: horor
- Danish: skrækfilm
- Dutch: horrorfilm
- European Spanish: película de terror
- Finnish: kauhuelokuva
- French: film d’horreur
- German: Horrorfilm
- Greek: ταινία τρόμου
- Italian: film dell’orrore
- Japanese: ホラー映画
- Korean: 공포 영화
- Norwegian: skrekkfilm
- Polish: film grozy
- European Portuguese: filme de terror
- Romanian: film de groază
- Russian: фильм ужасов
- Spanish: película de terror
- Swedish: skräckfilm
- Thai: หนังที่น่ากลัว
- Turkish: korku filmi
- Ukrainian: фільм жахів
- Vietnamese: phim kinh dị
Definition of horror film from the Collins English Dictionary
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