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Essay 4 Synthesis Activity 2 How often do you hear a person refer to a movie as a horror movie these days Now that you think about it you dont hear it very often Usually when you hear a person describing a movie categorized as a horror they refer to it as a scary movie While working on this project I came to the conclusion that there is a noticeable difference between the two Last week I invited some friends over for a night of scary movies The first movie that we watched was Wes Cravens Scream As we watched I was in total disbelief While my friends were busy screaming and jumping at the appropriate moment I was busy being appalled at what I feel to be the latest rendition of an already worn out theme These so-called scary movies have no plot and are rated on scream factor alone The movie is considered to be a good movie if it is bloodier and makes you scream louder than its predecessor I feel that there is only one goal in mind when it comes to making a horror film special effects Were this movie not the property of Blockbuster I would have taken great pleasure in lighting my fireplace in mid-July and burning this movie beyond recognition I would have done all of this just to be able to say that because of me a handful of innocent movie watchers were saved the suffering that I endured while watching Scream Next we watched the movie Wolf that I thought Wright 2 to be an excellent movie My friends on the other hand walked away unmoved Afterwards one of my friends made a comment that made me think She said that it wasnt even scary After she said this I realized that she was right The movie wasnt scary at all instead it was stimulating and thought provoking
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