The monster movie genre is an old one, but there are a few big players in it.
It is dominated by the likes of The Dark Knight, The Conjuring 2, The Mummy and the upcoming remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
The genre is a bit like the classic film horror of old, where the main monster is the bad guy and the main hero is a ragtag bunch of baddies who are trying to save the world.
And that’s where a monster comes in.
A lot of the monster movies are set in a world where people are still being controlled by the evil that lurks behind the masks.
The movie monsters are there to get the audience’s attention and to make them feel like they are not alone.
This is the kind of thing that is easy to do, because the monster movie is usually set in the present day, and we all know where we are in the world right now.
The big question is: How does the monster genre adapt to the digital age?
In some ways, it is already adapting to the times.
There are already a lot of monster movies on YouTube, and the genre is thriving with shows that try to capture the essence of the classic monster movies and mash them up with digital technology.
However, when it comes to adapting the genre to the 21st century, it seems like there is a lot that needs to be worked out.
First, there is the fact that the monster is already present in the media.
Most of the time, the monsters in monster movies seem to be a bit more sinister than they really are.
When a monster like the Chitauri attacks, the audience is understandably scared.
But when a movie like Monsters Inc. or the upcoming Alien: Covenant does the same thing, the film monsters look more like they would in a real-life movie than in the film that is being adapted.
A good example of this is the upcoming monster movie The Conjuration 2, which is set in 2047 and is set to feature a massive Chitaupe.
That’s because in 2046, a Chitaurus attacked the city of New York City.
The Chitaur was so powerful that it took down a skyscraper, causing the destruction of most of the surrounding area.
So the Chameleon, the alien who protects the city, had to go into hiding.
It turns out that this Chitosaurus, in a way, is the perfect villain for the genre.
It can’t be reasoned with, but it’s pretty scary.
But there are plenty of other examples of how monster movies can adapt to today.
In The Muppet Movie, when the original Muppets go on a holiday, they come home with a lot more than the holiday decorations.
A large portion of the Muppeteers have to go back to their home states to try to cope with the aftermath of the attack on New York.
So instead of having the Muppet Show take a holiday vacation, The Haunted Mansion and its family of guests go to the Haunted Mansion, where a bunch of the old friends are all around, and a big scare happens.
The theme is still the same, but the story is more contemporary, and it is a little bit more interactive than before.
The Halloween movie The Nightmare Before Christmas also has a big theme, but one that is a mix of the supernatural and modern times.
This movie is set during the 1950s, and is about the Halloween festivities in that time.
The holiday is traditionally a big time for kids, and there is plenty of action going on.
The Muppetes come home from the holiday party and go on the road to help their friends celebrate the holiday, and they go on some missions to make sure that the kids don’t do anything too bad.
This has the benefit of making the kids less worried about the monster, because they are still able to go out and celebrate Halloween.
The Nightmare is also a bit different.
Instead of having a bunch the Masks, the Nightmare takes place in the 1970s, when a large number of children have died from overdoses and overdoses of drugs, and are now in the care of the government.
In the original Nightmare, the Moles are still around, but they are doing their part to help the kids, but in The Nightmare, there are no Moles.
Instead, the government has a program called “The Mule-A-Rama” that takes care of all the children who need a helping hand, and even lets the children get their own candy, since the candy they were given was from a candy factory.
There is a very different atmosphere in the Nightmare.
In contrast to the Moes in the original movie, the children are more concerned with keeping things normal and not being affected by the situation, and these are very different emotions from what the Mones are feeling in the classic movie.
This makes The Nightmare a bit of a more modern version of the original, but