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    Horror Movies

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    Sleepy Hollow” are all horror films. In these films there is always some crazy person or monster-like character that goes around and slaughters innocent people. And usually, but not all the time the killer is killed at the end of the movie. The media publishes or broadcasts stories that say that horror films influence people to imitate these wrongful acts of violence. I believe that these movies do not influence people to imitate these murderous crimes onto innocent people. Horror films are a way for

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    Contrasting American and European Horror Movies A common complaint about many film critics is that they tend to fall over themselves in praising anything with subtitles, regardless of quality. For most critics it seems there is a simple equation in analyzing foreign pictures: subtitles=great moviemaking that is not exploitative. When the borderline hardcore French film Romance (1999) was released critics were effusive with their lauding of a film that deals (arguably) with sex in a realistic

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    The Influence Of Horror Movies

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    which type of movies you want to watch. Some like romance some like comedy and others like horror movies. Horror movies are the latest trend amongst teenagers. Every while a horror movie is released in the theatres and they all make big hits, grossing a lot of money. Some people just cannot seem to get enough of violent, disgusting movies. They crave these movies like they crave food. In the past, horror movies were usually avoided, but today they are one of the most popular types of movies watched. This

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    in popularity. One part of the film industry that has increased dramatically, is horror. The intent of a horror film is to induce a sense of spine chilling fear and gut wrenching grotesque feelings, to provide a cathartic release of tension. However, it does just the opposite. Even though horror movies help develop peoples problem solving skills, people should refrain from watching horror movies, because horror movies create a false sense of reality. This provides for an increased feeling of paranoia

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    Emotions In Horror Movies

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    actions people take, whether good or bad. Horror movies reflect our fears and our irrational thoughts, giving us a method in which people can experience these emotions. Whereas in our daily lives no such stimulation exists. This is why people have a fascination with horror movies. People crave horror movies because they put the fears, our irrationality, and the deep seeded emotions people have on the spotlight and gives people the ability to release

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    Essay On Horror Movies

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    tragedies, calamities, disasters, and political controversies, 2017 turns out to be a very stressful year for a lot of people. It is the reason why horror movies are a hit at the box office, sociologists say. Startle and horror distracts people from daily thoughts and concerns, Dr. Margee Kerr, a sociologist who specializes in fear, said. By watching horror movies like “Happy Death Day” – which earned $733 million at the box office – people are completely in the moment and feel powerful. The author of “Scream:

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    Effects Of Horror Movies

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    Over the years horror movies have become a big part of cinema business. Teenagers and adults like to watch scary movies because of the adrenaline rush. Every scary movie includes unexpected scenes that make the movie interesting and frightening. It is very terrifying that, parents are allowing their children to watch horror movies. This can be very harmful for children’s mental health. Watching really scary movies and cartoons, and even playing scary games, has many lasting side effects on children

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    into your subconscious, causing suspicion in mystery. Horror will encompass one 's mind, affecting their subconscious. Every horror genre does this through the psychoanalytic theme’s they implement into their films. Psychology is a major factor used in these films due to its easy ability to penetrate the viewer 's mind. The films tend to target; anxieties, fears, and fantasies which impose intruding thoughts and feelings into audience. The horror genre commonly exemplifies paranoid feelings through

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    Death In Horror Movies

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    according to Stephen King, America’s best-known writer of horror fiction, we watch horror movies. King goes to explain that, every time we watch a horror movie we are being provided some type of psychic relief by stepping into the, “simplicity, irrationality, and even outright madness [of a horror movie]…allowing our emotions a free rein,” and separating us from having to face the reality of death (qtd. in Axelrod & Cooper 422). We all watch horror movies because they provide a cathartic effect, allowing

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    Essay On Horror Movies

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    Hollywood isn’t literally attempting to become futile or destroy the integrity of films, but it’s much for the profit of recreating former popular movies. In addition to that, the revamp graphic quality allows for older movie plots to compete against their modern counterparts, but there still remains an issue. In order to reestablish an older horror film, a newer one has to take its place for the sake of pleasing the current technologically adept generation; however, alterations may completely

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