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Horror has been a long time one of the most popular categories of films in the movie industry People liked to watch horror films to be afraid and to outdo their fears On a psychological level the horror film dramatizes our nightmares so that we can confront them Sigmund Freud p644 Gradually because horror films became too repetitive and too numerous people got used to watching them and were no longer terrified Even if horror films do not scare us why do we continue to watch them The reason is very simple horrors films became so unrealistic so ridiculous and in return very funny to watch Firstly this essay will focus on how the serial killer the bad guy is ridiculous by his invulnerability due to his power Secondly it will focus on how the characters are ludicrous silly by their stupidity and on the setting which is over-exaggerated To conclude it will be shown how the female portrait is so demeaning unrealistic and absurd Examples from horror films Nightmare on Elm Street 3 Friday the 13th Part 8 and Freddy VS Jason will be used to prove these points First of all the serial killer bad guy in horror films is most of the time very powerful very strong and seems invulnerable to injuries from their victims For example in a scene from Friday the 13th Part 8 a young black teenager tries to escape from Jason by going on the roof of a building Of course Jason finds him and seeing that he is trapped the young boy decides to fight Jason with his fists He incessantly punches Jason yet the serial killer does not seem affected Tired the boy stops to hit and Jason punches his head causing it to fall off and fly through the air It is funny to see this absurd scene which is impossible to do in the real life The horror film offers to see all
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