The Town That Dreaded Sundown: Film Analysis

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I have watched a countless number of films and a large amount of them have impacted me personally in one way or another. There is however a short list of films and those who brought it to life who have motivated and inspired me to be a part of the gargantuan machine that is the film-making industry. One of the films that has driven me to get involved in film-making would have to be 'The Town That Dreaded Sundown ' which was released in the year 2014,It 's the sequel to the film of the same name which was released in 1976 which was based on true events. It was directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon and written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. The film is a slasher flick, But that isn 't the main reason why it inspired me, In fact, It is far from it, I…show more content…
It was released in the year 2013. It 's a science fiction and comedy film and is written by the same two fellows who wrote 'Shaun Of The Dead ' and 'Hot Fuzz ' which is partly the reason why I 'm including this film in this personal statement. The films greatest quality is hands down the fantastically written screenplay. It 's incredibly clever and well thought out, It includes a quick summary of the film within the first couple of minutes without the majority of the audience realising…show more content…
I strongly believe that this is Tarantinos best film which is why I chose this one above all his other films. The reason I believe that this is his best film is because it has some of the best written and performed characters from Brad Pitt 's 'Aldo rain ' and Christoph Waltz 'Hans Landa ' to name just a fraction of the engaging and charismatic characters. This film is also home to multiple perfectly directed scenes in my opinion. For example the very opening scene in the farm house between Christoph Waltz 'Hans Landa ' and Denis Ménochet 's 'Perrier LaPadite ' is almost painfully tense and also the bar scene which is equally tense but slightly more so because we have had a chance to get invested in the characters. Again to answer the how and why did it inspire me question I would have to say how could it not I mean it 's Tarantino film. The man is a master film-maker and one of my favourites. Every about this movie is spot on from the screenplay to the music that is intertwined into the scenes incredibly appropriately. These are a small selection of the films that have inspired
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