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The extreme anti-realism of Expressionism was short-lived, fading away after only a few years. movie studios willing to embrace them, and several German directors and cameramen flourished there, producing a repertoire of Hollywood films that had a profound effect on film as a whole.However, the themes of Expressionism were integrated into later films of the 1920s and 1930s, resulting in an artistic control over the placement of scenery, light, etc. This dark, moody school of film making was brought to the United States when the Nazis gained power and a number of German filmmakers emigrated to Hollywood. Nazi film theorist Fritz Hippler, though, was a supporter of expressionism. Two genres that were especially influenced by Expressionism are horror film and film noir.The cinema outside Germany benefited both from the emigration of German film makers and from German expressionist developments in style and technique that were apparent on the screen.The new look and techniques impressed other contemporary film makers, artists and cinematographers, and they began to incorporate the new style into their work.Besides the films' popularity within Germany, by 1922 the international audience had begun to appreciate German cinema, in part due to a decreasing anti-German sentiment following the end of World War I.
German filmmakers such as Karl Freund (the cinematographer for Dracula in 1931) set the style and mood of the Universal monster movies of the 1930s with their dark and artistically designed sets, providing a model for later generations of horror films.
Burton's expressionistic influences are most apparent in the fairy-tale suburban landscape of Edward Scissorhands.
The appearance of the titular Edward Scissorhands (not accidentally) reflects Caligaris somnambulist servant.
His 1992 film Batman Returns is often cited as a modern attempt to capture the essence of German expressionism.
The angular building designs and severe-looking city squares of Gotham City evoke the loom and menace present in Lang's Metropolis.