There is a new name of horror, and it's Jewish.
The name is Blumhouse, a production company that has made pretty much every recent horror movie. There are too many to mention (and, frankly, we don't like horror, but let's give it a whirl): "Paranormal Activity", "Insidious", "The Purge", "Hush", "Ouija", "Get Out", "Happy Death Day", the new "Halloween", "The Invisible Man", "Freaky"...
That's just the tip of the bloody iceberg; Blumhouse has put out a good dozen movies per year over the past decade. (They also produced "Jem and the Holograms". Weird.) It's even become a brand, with Blumhouse now clearly seen in advertisements as a synonym for horror.
Why is the name Jewish? Well, Blumhouse comes from founder and CEO Jason Blum, who is.
And that's not scary at all.