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Textual Analysis
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The Shock of Oliver Stone's JFK Instructor name Date By mixing truth with rumor and historical records with heavily directed scenes, Oliver Stone created a film that comes close to defining its own genre in JFK. He does this by using historical footage, recordings and photographs within the film itself to capture a sense of the historic or documentary…
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Alfred Hitchcocks Psycho
Alfred Hitchcocks Psycho
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Characteristic pattern in Hitchcock's style is seen in Psycho, something known as black humor. He uses this in Norman Bates, the character played by Perkins. Bates hobby is taxidermy. He likes to stuff things, from animals to little things, but most of all his 'mother'…
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The Influence of Edger Allan Poe and Pablo Picasso on Society
The Influence of Edger Allan Poe and Pablo Picasso on Society
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The paper analyzes how did Edger Allan Poe & Pablo Picasso influence society. The 20th century was marked by an era of growth and progress in the world of literature and the arts. Two of its finest and most iconic figures are Edgar Allan Poe and Pablo Picasso. …
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Film Art - History of Film or World Cinema
Film Art - History of Film or World Cinema
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This paper "Film Art - History of Film or World Cinema" focuses on films that are cultural artefacts which adopt the culture, traditions of the society. And at the same time define and develop motivation, humour, and moralities of the society as one of the most influential media of communication.  …
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Quarantine and Societal Fears
Quarantine and Societal Fears
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This essay talks about an American horror film "Quarantine" released in 2008. The paper analyses the film plot, all the known facts about this film and its contexts to find out what is the purpose of the film and why this film is placed in the horror genre. …
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How Pulp Fiction can be read as postmodern
How Pulp Fiction can be read as postmodern
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The film Pulp Fiction was an immediate box office success when it was released in 1994 and it was also well received by the critics, and celebrated for the way it appeared to capture exactly a certain pre-millennial angst and dislocation in Western capitalist societies. …
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Comparison of the characters in Sleepy Hollow
Comparison of the characters in Sleepy Hollow
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The signing of the will should signify calmness because of the preparation for the future, and yet the music that plays diegetically produces a suspenseful mood, which serves as the foreshadowing of the horror genre of the story. In the scene where Van Garrett (Dirk Van Garrett) runs for his life, the music becomes more upbeat, as if he would escape, but he does not.
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Lolita vs. Frankenstein

Lolita vs. Frankenstein

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Shelly tries to find out the truth of the basic law of human nature on her masterpiece work. The impact of the novel was so powerful that it received…
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Feminism in 1970s America through Bryan Forbes the Stepford Wives
Feminism in 1970s America through Bryan Forbes the Stepford Wives
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An essay "Feminism in 1970s America through Bryan Forbes’ the Stepford Wives" outlines that Its concept that fits easily into the science fiction and horror category is always enough to spur discussions and sequels—and it did have several, including Revenge of the Stepford Wives…
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Bryan Forbes The Stepford Wives

Bryan Forbes The Stepford Wives

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The 1975 film The Stepford Wives directed by Bryan Forbes based Ira Levin's novel of the same title is probably one of several movies of the decade that has achieved cult status. In fact, the popularity of the original was enough to create a remake in 2004, albeit modified to suit the commercial tastes of its intended audiences…
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George A. Romero`s The Land of the Dead
George A. Romero`s The Land of the Dead
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The Land of the Dead        George A. Romero’s Land of The Dead (2005) is a horror movie which is about an attack on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by zombies. The history richly speaks of filmmakers rigorously pouring films about revolutions, contemporary social issues and political drama, often inspired by real life incidents…
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Analyze House Of Leaves In Terms Of Literary Movements, Narratology, Rhetoric, And Aesthitcs
Analyze House Of Leaves In Terms Of Literary Movements, Narratology, Rhetoric, And Aesthitcs
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Narrative Style – A Comparative Analysis – Prajakta Kanegaonkar We enjoy listening of stories from various narrators for each narrator would have his or her own style of telling it. The question whether we listen to the narrating style or the story in itself is yet to receive an appropriate and accurate answer…
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Planet of the Apes
Planet of the Apes
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Planet of the Apes In spite of the fact that it is 2011 now and the reviewed film was shot in 1968, it still looks pretty good. Of course, special and sound effects seem very primitive today, but the storyline and acting is of much better quality than in many modern blockbusters with multi-million dollar budgets…
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Uncanny Expperience on Film: from the unintentional to the sublime
Uncanny Expperience on Film: from the unintentional to the sublime
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Uncanny Experiences on Film: from the unintentional to the sublime. In Nicholas Royle’s exhaustive study, The uncanny: an introduction, he states that, “the world is uncanny” (2003, p. 3). This is quite a large claim that may be hard to grasp because of its vast implications…
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How & Why Does Narrative Cinema Provide Pleasure
How & Why Does Narrative Cinema Provide Pleasure
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This paper, How & Why Does Narrative Cinema Provide Pleasure?, highlights that various elements within a film contribute to the level of impact upon audiences. It is not merely the narrative itself, but also the characterization, sound, length of shots, types of sequences…
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Genre Theory

Genre Theory

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Genre films tend to exploit familiar story formulas, character types, and iconography, thus making them easily recognizable as part of a certain genre. These attributes enable viewers to develop certain expectations in relation to what the film will…
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Drama 115 - Construct a Dialogue on Hamlet & Dalys, Under the Glass Light

Drama 115 - Construct a Dialogue on Hamlet & Daly's, Under the Glass Light

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The first production of Augustin Daly’s Under the Gaslight commenced earlier at the Fifth Avenue Theatre on 24th St. The show was a resounding success and Daly has been basking in the praise he received from the receptive audience. It’s the first time he has…
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Interview with Zara Dane
Interview with Zara Dane
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This essay describes that “Zara Dane” is a fairly accomplished writer whose quality of work is excellent, but she is also very young, in her late twenties. Professional writers who are older than the suggested age group may or may not be interested in this article…
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Consider theoretical interpretations of the uncanny in relation to the British film THE WICKER MAN andor DONT LOOK NOW
Consider theoretical interpretations of the 'uncanny' in relation to the British film THE WICKER MAN andor DON'T LOOK NOW
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The intersection of fear and unknowing is precisely the point at which the notion of the 'uncanny', at least in its theoretically manifestations in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, has most often been located. Ernst Jentsch, writing at the beginning of the twentieth century (1906), saw the notion of the unheimlich (literally in German, "the un-homely") as precisely a product of a cognitive uncertainty - is this being before me alive, or an automaton; is this inanimate thing I see actually not inanimate at all, but stirring with life Freud too, despite building upon a number of Jentsch's conclusions, retained the twin notions central to the his theoretical understanding of the '…
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Gothic Literature
Gothic Literature
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Gothic literature relates the darker side of a world of pain and destruction/ fear and anxiety which shadows the daylight world of love and ethereality. …
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Auteur Theory and Directorial Burlesque
Auteur Theory and Directorial Burlesque
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Auteur Theory & directorial burlesque Sociologists of culture have long tried to address the way by which the people sanctify creators and attach the attributes of ‘best’ or ‘great’ to their works. Explanation of these phenomena has been made through the means of various theories and research with respect to the illustrative responsibilities of institutions, agents and cultural and cognitive meniscus that utilize these…
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Incipient Elements of Genre

Incipient Elements of Genre

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Most genres are only vaguely definable, as genre considerations are is an important factor that determine what a person sees in a movie. Nowadays, most genres usually have built-in audiences and other publications to support them such as websites and magazines.
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How do revenge tragedies reflect, inflect and affect the public and private perceptions of the interdependence between justice and revenge in the early modern period
How do revenge tragedies reflect, inflect and affect the public and private perceptions of the interdependence between justice and revenge in the early modern period
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Revenge is usually carried out for the loss of a loved one. These plays were written to ride on the success of Thomas Kyd’s ‘Spanish…
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The Appeal of Violent Imagery in Horror Film and Images of Death

The Appeal of Violent Imagery in Horror Film and Images of Death

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The author concludes that the appeal of the violent imagery in horror film and images of death on people are affected by different factors such as the sexual discrimination, the attitude of the different sects of people, the pruning of the culture, and the specific and varied concepts of the people …
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Horror Remakes

Horror Remakes

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The horror genre has been an indisputably popular one for a very long time. Audiences get thrills from being scared. That said, horror films are much more than a means for delivering cheap thrills. …
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British Film Industry
British Film Industry
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In this essay, the author explains how the fortunes of the British film industry have varied widely over time.Also, the author tells which one of the simplest measures to test the stability and existence of an industry and what level of quality is being achieved…
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Film and Television Genre

Film and Television Genre

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This essay describes film and television Genre is the division of a particular art according to a certain criteria; genres are formed by sets of conventions. Film genres are various forms of identification types, categories, classifications, and they are groups that are recurring…
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Elements of Genre

Elements of Genre

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School/College Abstract Three movie clips from “The Planet of the Apes,” “The Creature from the Black Lagoon,” and “The Shining” are analyzed and discussed in the context of the “thriller” genre of movies. The directors’ usage of music and conflict between the characters is incorporated to increase tension, anxiety and the conflicts in the viewer, thus defining the “thriller” genre…
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Phantom of the Paradise as a Postmodern Horror

Phantom of the Paradise as a Postmodern Horror

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Name: Task: Tutor: Date: Phantom of the Paradise as a postmodern Horror The Jameson essay is an essay mainly focusing on the post-modernity of films. It also handles the cultural change or turns whose influence or effects are observable in various works of arts…
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Why We Crave Horror Movies

Why We Crave Horror Movies

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Why We Crave Horror Movies
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Introduction
Brief introduction behind increasing trend of horror addicts together with thesis.
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Reasons
To overcome internal fears
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Media And Societal Changes
Media And Societal Changes
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Young adults of the 1960s were collectively known as the TV generation, becoming the video generation in the 1970s, and then as the Nintendo generation in the 1980s. Even then, the adult world already frowned on the harmful effects that too much preoccupation with the video screen could do to the youth…
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The Classification of Films in Specific Genres
The Classification of Films in Specific Genres
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The author states that the classification of films according to genres is the most appropriate mode of classification that ensures the growth and appreciation of the film industry. In doing this, the film critic outlines specific features that influence the classification of films.  …
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Horror Film

Horror Film

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Horror is about excess. One of the most pervasive characteristics of horror films is that they exhibit or expose something that we, as human beings, are at once repulsed and attracted to. Quite often, this simultaneous attraction and repulsion is generated by the portrayal of emotions or desires that we all have, but displayed to their relative extremes…
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The History of Horror Films in the 1900s

The History of Horror Films in the 1900's

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The History of Horror Films in the 1900’s Horror movies have been the most criticized ones since the beginning. It has been considered that the horror film purely depict the irresponsibility regarding social and moral issues. These influences the killers and psychos to use different methods which are primarily shown in the cinemas…
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The understanding of genre in animatedfilm

The understanding of genre in animatedfilm

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This research is being carried out to evaluate and present the understanding of genre in animated film. This paper will also seek to ask some questions before fully settling down a specific film. Whether the age limit and parental advisory are observed will be the first question…
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Analysis of Chakushin Ari Film
Analysis of Chakushin Ari Film
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This paper intends to discuss the role of cinematography in the movie “Chakushin Ari”. Moreover, the paper looks at the setting and props, costumes, hair, and make-up, body language and facial expressions, lighting (contrast) and color, editing, and other…
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About horror movies

About horror movies

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Some of the subtle differences in the Asian horror and extreme and extreme are discernable to the attuned viewers with cultural…
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Film and Television Genres
Film and Television Genres
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When it comes to the matter of media studies, there are many different issues that can be considered as being involved, even when narrowed down to a more specific media studies subject matter, such as film and television genres, of which will be discussed here…
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Death, violence and affect: the horror film (reflection paper+discussion)

Death, violence and affect: the horror film (reflection paper+discussion)

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While both may have their own reasons for being attracted to horror films, they equally share a love for the violence and voyeurism shown in horror movies. The question that one…
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First Viewing of a Horror Film

First Viewing of a Horror Film

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In this essay "My First Viewing of a Horror Film", the writer is going to peep into his past when I was a young kid and will describe how a horror movie impacted him for many days ahead. The film contained lots of gory, violent and horrible scenes of stabbing and slitting…
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Film genre

Film genre

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Star Wars is mainly defined by comparatively steady science fiction semantics through borrowing of the syntactic association mainly established within the horror film, which increasingly moves towards the underlying syntax of the western. Maintaining of the concurrent…
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HU300 Unit 8: Cinema - Seminar
HU300 Unit 8: Cinema - Seminar
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Drama films, like “Crash” by Paul Haggis, portray societal issues like race and gender. I also like action-adventure genre, like “2012”. Such movies show that the Hollywood industry…
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What is the cultural function of slasher films
What is the cultural function of slasher films
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This type of film further belongs to the wider genre of fantasy films since the narrative is often quite detached from reality. One…
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One Missed Call
One Missed Call
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The paper “One Missed Call” seeks to evaluate the movie which belongs to the new genre of Japanese films known as “J-Horror”. It follows the pattern of this genre of films of an apparently innocent piece of technology that turns out to be an evil force…
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Monsters in the Horror Fiction

Monsters in the Horror Fiction

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It is clear from the discussion "Monsters in the Horror Fiction" that the genre of horror is a genre of fiction that is designed to keep readers in the constant tension and fear. For this reason, authors sometimes use characters with the strong will to kill someone or just to torment…
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Why We Crave Horror Movies by Stephen King

''Why We Crave Horror Movies'' by Stephen King

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It is an irrefutable fact that human beings harbour aggressive tendencies within themselves. Most of us spend our entire life-time attempting to: thwart, disguise or repress such instinctive and admittedly, destructive urges. …
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Sunset Boulevard as a Genre Film

Sunset Boulevard as a Genre Film

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The present essay "Sunset Boulevard as a Genre Film" is focused on the movie which depicts Hollywood itself in a very grim manner. As the text has it, there is a significant amount of debate over the genre of the movie and the reason for this can be attributed to the rich content of the script…
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Hollywood Cinema and Film Genre Reader

Hollywood Cinema and Film Genre Reader

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The essay "Hollywood Cinema and Film Genre Reader " points out that the categorization of artistic works based on the genre has long been utilized in literature, drama, painting, and sculpture. With the creation of the motion picture industry in the twentieth century. …
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