The increased usage of special effects in horror movies has led to a multitude of its characters to appear more realistic and immersive to viewers. This has led to filmmakers to use some aspects of special effects to help enhance the storytelling of horror movies to make it more immersive to viewers and keep them interested and intrigued throughout the entire movie. Consequently, this has prompted many viewers to become emotionally invested in horror movies which can have negative psychological issues on them if they are not mature enough. And if the viewers are not sophisticated enough, it can contribute to them acting more aggressive or angrily when being confronted with emotional situations in their personal and social life. Although special
However, films goers see portrayed scenes on the screen, that cam affect the brain. In article, “Violence, The Media And Your Brain ”(Dr. Dale Archer,2013), who is a psychiatrist, says that when a people watch movies, the thinking part of the brain works and starts controlling emotions and ideas, and people are affected, especially kids. Kids, who watch aggressive movies, see the world aggressive, and that is how their thoughts and feelings are affected, they also become more aggressive, and that is how their behavior is affected. Movies do not only impact kids, they can turn people into real life killers. There is a statistic that shows the increasing of killings that are caused by movies, in the 40s, the percent was 40%, in the 00s, the percent reached to 90%, “Movies Murder on the Rise” (Wade, 2010).
We don 't seem to ever get a break from the internet, that 's why we don’t even realize that it is destroying us. With King, we are able to use horror as a mechanism for our problems we are going through and our fears and anxieties we have within us. As with Klosterman he makes us realize with horror movies how our society is turning us into zombies. Both King and Klosterman did a great job explaing to the readers why we need horror
The Halloween is one example of the effects of horror movies. The period is meant for pranks, where people dress in crazy and scare attire in order to tease others. Halloween in itself was a horror movie and humans are takin their time to prank others as a casual issue. King says that the emotions and fears of a person can be affected by watching the horror movies Therefore, watching horror movies makes people not to have fear but be
In a disorderly manner, the painted posters of the four films under analysis could be seen with individual lights focusing on them while the rest of the hall is dark as the narrator makes the introduction. The posters are zoomed in individually with deep focus on the posters. Fade out Narrator: Reflecting upon his views about horror movies, Danny Draven says, “The key to making a good horror movie is to focus on the things that people fear”. As of now, a large number of movies have been produced in the horror genre, most of which have been able to make a huge impact on the audience. The Omen, The Shining, Let the Right One In and Orphan are four of such movies where the directors have managed to skillfully make the best use of editing techniques for crafting some of the best movies in the horror genre and successfully taking along the audience on a fear laden cinematic journey.
At the same time, I was aware of the incredible level of gore in this film. It is really violent”(Riley 94). Since I have never been a fan of horror films, this was never going to be an assignment that I would relish. But having watched many parts of the film and read reviews about it, I concluded that the film represents a major milestone in the horror film industry. Any one attempting to subtitle this film, myself included, for the deaf and hard
For entertainment and joy, people see horror movies, but the fun is morbid. The horror film is used to tap into the childish behavior of simplicity and extinguish the civilized behavior of an adult, King argues. “If we are all insane, then sanity
Finally, horror movies do not appeal to the worst in us. The fact that it appeals to the senses of others with a taste for horror, or to those with underlying mental disorders does not assert that it will trigger a dark side—presumed to be—enclosed inside of all of us. Consequently, king’s statement “horror movies appeal to the worst in us, “is subjective and generalized. One is indeed, capable of lynching, although not all. Notwithstanding, it is erroneous to condemn each equally in spite of the beliefs of one;
The author's purpose for writing this article is to express that blood and gore films engage the bad in us, and that is the reason we feel the need to watch them. Stephen king says that by watching blood and gore films, we keep our awful feelings and senses under control. It permits us as people to stay consistently normal. All
By not knowing exactly who these girls are you get another sense of something climatic about to happen within the movie. When movie scenes add little attention grabbers, it tends to catch the attention of the audience to be engaged with the movie. However, horror movies need the suspense in order to be considered a horror film. Although, suspense needs certain conditions in order to build a foundation for the film to be based upon. In addition, to having suspense comes the effects that put a major impact on the movie.