Interstellar wasn't horror?

  “It’s also one of the few genres where the studios make a lot of these films, and they are films that have a lot of bleakness, a lot of abstraction, They have a lot of the qualities that Hollywood is generally very resistant to putting in films, but that’s a genre where it’s allowable.” Christopher Nolan is known for making challenging  films. From his debut Following , through the told-in-reverse madness of Memento  and through the mind bending machinations of Inception  and Tenet  he has made his audience work for their entertainment.  Now, per Variety, he wants to tackle a new genre: Horror.  More at the link

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