Some try it for the first time and are hooked, while others retch in disgust and leave the scene before it gets to crazy. So for whatever someone may watch a horror film, experiencing horror within safe confines is an important part of every culture. Horror films help us understand what really terrifies us and make bold statements about the world we live in. Because horror films are not real, we can enjoy them. In all reality, the chances of seeing a murderous clown waving at you or a large man with a chainsaw and “leather” face is most likely, slim to none.
A message of freedom resonates throughout the story, uplifting the audience and empowering the protagonist. Producers use vivid colors and shadowy scenery to give the film a bold style. As the plot thickens, you begin to understand why V is subsequently driven to destroy the oppressors of his nation. V for Vendetta is an overall excellent film that has become a cult classic. A good movie should be in a setting that reinforces the plot, providing a backdrop for characters to unravel the story.
Tom Sawyer is a mischievous boy who starts out the story by skipping school to swim. Tom almost gets away with it, but his half-brother, Sid, points out that the collar of his shirt is sewn in a different color. On Saturday, Tom is given the chore of whitewashing a long fence, 2 coats. Tome tells other boys passing by that it is fun. They become jealous of his job and “pay” him in various things such as marbles and such to paint.
The poster for this movie, at that time was sexually explicit. Hitchcock started a policy whereby viewers would not be permitted into the theatre once the film had begun, a measure, which had never before taken. Hitchcock wanted to manipulate his audience into fear and loathing so he reverted the film to black and white instead of colour. The story concerns a psychopathic murderer; its technique reveals the dark side of all mankind; the inner secrets, deceits and guilt's of all human beings. And as this is so true of even the most ordinary situations in life, nothing is as it really seems and that is how the play opens.
His prejudice seeps throughout most of the film as well, “I never saw a guiltier man in my life. You sat right in court and heard the same thing I did. The man's a dangerous killer. You could see it.”(12 Angry Men) He, in comparison to others, were going off what they presumed to be fact, but Juror eight stood against it and made sure everything was looked through properly. In addition, referencing figure 1 again, there is a lightning bolt represented as juror three because he also brings a shock to everyone as to why he doesn’t think the kid is innocent.
This is one of many examples in which the film explores its relationship with the audience and uses its deliberate pace to maximize its potential. Overall, Stanley Kubrick?s The Shining is both beautiful and terrorizing. In one-way or another, Kubrick manages to defy all of the conventions of the horror genre to deliver a unique and chilling film experience. Through the brilliant use of his camera and the calculated accumulation of suspense, he creates a film that is very aware of its relationship to its audience and revels in its opportunity to explore the potential of that relationship.
He proved that main character Jack lead him to become more violence and crazy when he was isolated. This was a great film to watch and truly is one of Kubrick finest film ever.
If I was to reduce my description of "Dancer in the dark" to one word, it would be daring. Its immediate effect on me was stronger than that of maybe any other film I've ever seen. It shook me, stirred my emotions, made me think and reflect, it disturbed me in the most positive sense of the word and it still does. Its radical make, boldness and consistency exceeds all expectations and probably everything that's come before. This is the perfect example of a director's vision uncompromisingly realized.
ELPHIA This movie was an excellent example of the severe discrimination many people with Aids are exposed to. At first, the message of the movie was very unfair, but at the end, I found that the real message was great, we all have to learn to not discriminate people because of their condition or sexual orientation. The theme was very interesting. It made me realize how lucky I am to not have to deal with those kinds of problems. It's really very frightening to realize, that even our legal system can be discriminating.
Killer Clowns In 2016, there were numerous arrests throughout the U.S. in response to the horrifying clowns who caused a frenzy as they terrified people by chasing them or confronting them in parking lots. However, killer clowns were not exclusive to the U.S., in fact, nightmarish clowns were being seen in countries all over the world: These countries included The United Kingdom, Switzerland, Ireland, Germany, Finland and Canada. From My Perspective Okay, if the truth be told, I had no problem with clowns. I mean, I grew up watching Bozo’s Circus. I loved Cooky the Clown even though he was always the butt of the joke; however, I did find Wizzo the Wizard quite creepy.