A plethora of great horror films have been released this year, but which cameras did filmmakers shoot them with?
2019 has seen some very exciting titles grace not only the big screen but VOD platforms, as well. (And we’ve still got a couple of months left to go in the year.)
Ari Aster’s unsettling folk horror film, Midsommar, and Andy Muschietti’s big-budget It: Chapter Two have had audiences flocking to theaters to experience the creatures, carnage, and general creepiness. Here are the tools and cameras they used to make them.
Keep in mind, also, that some films on the list were released as early as 2017 in their native countries, but this list reflects the date they were released in the United States.
Source: No Film School