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    “Final Girl” It’s interesting to see the evolution of horror films as they evolve into something more. Peter Hutchings talks allot about how the old fades away and other grouping and trends start to emerge (216). The film industry itself will always be changing and creating new things, however, most films still haven’t equally balanced out mare and female roles. Generally, most horror films include a monster of some sort. It seems as though most killer/monster roles are taken by men, while women

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    Body, Himself”, Clover describes how weapons play a very important role in horror movies as well as explaining her Final Girl theory. Her book’s ideas changed not only academic notions but also popular beliefs on horror films. The 2009 remake of Friday the 13th implies that Carol Clover’s ideas about 80s slasher films, including male tormentors, the importance of weapons, and the Final Girl, have stayed the same through the years. Out of most horror films, especially those of the slasher sub-genre,

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    wanted to give this paradigmatic girl-victim a new role: that of the monster-killing hero. Whedon's explanation of his own artistic inspiration reveals at least two things about him as a film-viewer and maker: first, his description suggests his awareness of the pervasive, archetypal quality of the traditional, mainstream horror film. Second, his description rather coyly fails to account for the more marginal genre of the "slasher film," in which the pretty girl often does kill the monster in

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    her emotions. In the case of Patrick Bateman, we identify with his innocent victims. As both the victim and the antagonist, the viewer identifies with Amelia for most of the film, After, the viewer is again able to identify with Amelia as the “final girl” as she becomes a “badass” and is

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    Alfred Hitchcock was very skillful at genre bending thrillers than the other well-known directors. He made brilliant films that challenged people’s minds and shook the very deepest fears of their hearts free to wander. Today he is honored, as one of the greatest thriller directors of all time and it is indeed true that no film shows his skills and represents them so well as his masterpiece, Psycho, does. The time Psycho came out, it was the only thriller people would have wanted to see and even today

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    American culture distasteful.I did not fully receive the effect of Kang's humor until reaching the final sentence of the story. Before the final scene, Kang's wit serves the purpose of elevating the Asian Han in the eyes of his audience, but ultimately, it has a more serious, lingering effect. Ironically, it reveals the life of this character to be tragic, hopeless, and not at all amusing. The final line, delivered by Han's mistress, dismisses him from his post, for she requested "a house servant

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    I am going to explain how I would direct the final part of Act3 in order to highlight the dramatic tension and to show the audience Priestly's message concerning social responsibility! An inspector calls "An Inspector Calls" -Out Line- I am going to explain how I would direct the final part of Act3 in order to highlight the dramatic tension and to show the audience Priestly's message concerning social responsibility! -Introduction- In 1945 JB Priestly made a play called "An inspector

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    A game alumni, students, and faculty all have marked on their calendars. Every year, a season is deemed successful with a section final win against our enemies, Benilde St. Margaret’s. We are the Vikings and they are the Packers because we go to battle in the regular season, but whoever wins the section final wins the war. We are fighting to protect our coveted rights as the most premier lacrosse team in Minnesota. Literal blood, sweat, and tears are poured onto the

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    The Final Whistle As the final whistle blew and the last of the crowd was leaving, me and my teammates cringed as we glanced up to see the final score. The other team celebrated with their friends and family as we went too our coach to get yelled at once again. This was the last game of the season and we finished winning a total of zero games, probably the worst record in E.L Wright middle school history. After listening to the last speech of the season from our head coach all of the players grabbed

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    Water imagery in Bombal’s The Final Mist (La última niebla) is also closely related to death and self-realization. The fog represents death while liquid water imagery represents the awakening of passion within the narrator. However, in confronting death and passion during her transformational journey, the narrator becomes resigned to living a live without passion, which, for the narrator represents an emotional death. The nameless narrator of the novella marries her cousin, Daniel whose first

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