Movies and casinos play a central role in the modern entertainment world. They are one of the most hotly debated topics globally, and strangely enough, they are closely interconnected. And this connection goes much deeper than you can imagine. There are many films, which have scenes related to gambling.
And nowadays, considering the number of films, everyone chooses one or another genre. So one of the favourites is horror movies. And despite the fact that the films that use the story associated with gambling, usually related to comedy or thriller, still, there are some pictures from the series of horror, which also at least a little, but mention the theme of the casino.
They attract different audiences based on their themes, so it’s no wonder that themed slot machines with horror movies are also increasingly on-trend.
This is another thread that links casinos and movies. Many developers of online casino games and slots plugged in and actively used the theme of horror in their games. Moreover, these can be games and slot machines as themed on movies, such as Lost Vegas, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Dracula, and the general theme of horror, which, for example, can be found among the Best Halloween Slots.
This approach also gives another boost to the promotion of horror movies and gambling in society.
Considering that the cost of producing such films is minimal, many companies have started making scary movies and attracting more and more investors. Among these companies, you will find such famous ones as Universal Studios, Lionsgate, New Line Cinema, Impact Pictures, etc.
So it is not surprising that many providers – Microgaming, GameArt, NetEnt, IGT – also switched to horror games. All of them can be easily tested at many online casinos, which can be found at Casino Valley.
The Best Horror Movies about Gambling
So what about the movies, you ask. For that, you have to look through a big collection of horror movies. Here are 5 of the most famous paintings with elements of horror and gambling.
Leprechaun 3 (1995)
Directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith
The film is not directly related to gambling, but because it is set in Las Vegas against casinos and gambling, it deserves to be on the list. This film is the third in a series about an evil Irish leprechaun who wants his pot of gold.
13 Tzameti (2005)
Directed by Géla Babluani
The film tells the story of the mysterious events in which the protagonist is involved. Later they lead him to dangerous gambling tournaments, in particular Russian roulette, which is held underground. The audience places bets on whether or not the player will survive.
Directed by Colin Theys
The film is based on the Stephen Neal comic book, which tells the story of a post-apocalyptic world where casino employees try to survive by fighting zombies. Most of the scenes are shot in a casino, and the characters occasionally pass the time by playing cards.
The Haunted Casino (2007)
Directed by Charles Band
Despite the fact that the IMDB rating of the film is not quite good, it is still worth mentioning because gambling is mentioned here far from indirectly. The whole plot is tied to the casino, which is haunted by many ghosts looking for revenge.
Resident Evil: Extinction (2007)
Directed by Russell Mulcahy
Resident Evil is one of the most hotly received series by more than one target audience. This series is loved by computer game fans and movie fans alike. The action of the third series, as well as in “Leprechaun 3,” takes place in Las Vegas. The plot is about a zombie apocalypse, in which several characters try to survive and fight against zombies.
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Horror movies have always been a hot favourite. It is more thrilling than just watching regular movies. More often than not, every horror movie has scenes that will make your heart swoon for a second because movie buffs especially react to such scenes. And even if you are not a fan of this genre, but you are fond of gambling, these movies will not leave you indifferent.