Doctor Sleep

Horror cinematographers were a well-traveled bunch when it came to the films of 2019. Reaching beyond the familiar confines of the Overlook Hotel in Doctor Sleep, shooting on sunlit fields outside Budapest (Midsommar), in the cramped, flooded darkness of sets in Belgrade, Serbia (Crawl), or on and off the streets of Brooklyn (Daniel Isn’t Real), they found many inventive ways to scare and intrigue us.

MovieMaker’s third annual survey of the imagemakers behind the year’s most frightening screen moments reveal processes as varied as the movies themselves.

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