Oct 21, 2014 ... Horror movies play to our greatest fears and phobias. Which elements of horror movies scare us and why?
Aug 27, 2016 ... Making a film scary is a difficult task (as you can tell from an article posted ... in the bang, only the anticipation of it," so lingering on a shot for just a little while ... Which horror elements of these films worked/didn't work well?
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Oct 27, 2016 ... We talked to a horror movie director, a critic, and a sociologist to determine what ... the underside of your little brother's arm to make him squeal, is wrong. ... So that can, in the right circumstance, feel really good, because that ...
Aug 9, 2016 ... It seems so simple, doesn't it? Put a character in a dark room, have something jump out at him/her. Boom. You have a scary movie. Right?
May 4, 2016 ... Here's the science behind why scary children in horror movies always ... of social conditioning that makes children in horror so damned scary.
Jul 26, 2013 ... While admitting that "some jump scares are so ingeniously executed they ... The best horror movies keep playing even if you shut your eyes ...
Oct 28, 2013 ... J-Horror films make great use of jump scares, often inverting an eye, mouth, or appendage or using backwards choreography which is later ...
Nov 1, 2016 ... But what is it exactly that makes some music so scary? And is our reaction to it down to nature? Or is it influenced by our environment and prior ...