The movie La Jetee was one of the most unique movies I have seen. The fact that for the most part the entire movie is all still shots put together with just music and narration shows and incredible challenge for the filmmaker as far as production is concerned. In order to put together at 30 minute movie made entirely of stills that form the plot of a movie, none the less the plot line of a time traveling science fiction movie, is really incredible. The movie flows and for the most part is somewhat understandable. It impresses the time to take thousands of still photos and edit and move them around to create a plot. An issue with the movie I had was that if it were drawn out to much longer it would have been hard to follow and combination of no dialogue and live action would wear on the audience. The director made the film to an ideal amount of time. Overall, the film was very interesting and it was a very different style to do the film in.
As for the horror genre in general, I am not the biggest fan. Sometimes I appreciate the unintentional comedy of horror films and I am also a fan of horror films that have comedic elements. One of the best re watching experiences I have had is with Scream. What I remembers about Scream as a could was it was very violent and I wasn't really allowed to see. But watching it 10 years later, I realized it was a really entertaining movie that pokes fun at the genre during it, definitely something I did not pick up on as a kid.