Within the history of cinema, fear is big enough to be ignored. In the most depressing periods of the society, blockbuster works appeared, and when the sectoral difficulties were experienced, the people of the type of fear began to attract to the halls. Turkish cinema has not been able to progress in this regard while producing cult specimens in America, Europe and the Far East. For the cinema sector, a country of such importance has shown no effect in our country. The distant approach of the Turkish cinema industry to this genre until the year 2000 can not hide the fact that there are many different reasons behind such a big problem. Looking at these problems from a broad perspective, there are different kinds of questions that need to be answered. The narrative structure used in films can be considered as an important problem in this framework. This study focuses on the types of horror that have been done in the history of Turkish cinema. It has been seen that the works of the works made up to the beginning of the 2000s are in the form of adaptations of successful examples. It is questioned how adaptations made in this study constitute a narrative structure and how effective they are with this method. In this direction, domestic adaptation horror films such as Ada: Zombilerin Düğünü, Dabbe and Gen have been examined in the direction of Bob Foss's narrative functions.
Keywords: Horror, Horror Movie, Turkish Horror Movie