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  • Suspense In The Most Dangerous Game Analysis
    532 words
    Suspense, used to change the story drastically, prevents "The Most Dangerous Game", from seeming too predictable and boring. Author, Richard Connoll, creates suspense by conveying unsettling emotions that the audience can relate to and that give a false sense of predictability. The title of this story, a major factor of suspense, tells the audience exactly what will happen. The interior suspense gives hidden meaning to the title and adds many twists to its foreboding plot. The element of suspens...
  • Perfect Horror Scene In Room 217
    568 words
    Stephen King sets up the perfect horror scene in room 217 by off of Hitchcock and hos own previous work, Salem's Lot. King uses Hitchcock's definition of great horror to set for the scene in room 217. He also uses background from his old work, Salems Lot. Alfred Hitchcock's idea of horror involves human suspense and ten realistic aspect of scary situations. Hitchcocks masterful directing leads the audience to be the fris t to understand what is going on. The characters are left in the dark until...
  • Dial M For Murder And Rope
    441 words
    Suspense I think the best example of suspense in Alfred Hitchcock's films is Psycho. The suspense is built well through the music and the camera angles. I will choose the shower-stabbing scene to demonstrate all these elements, because the scene displays all these elements the best. The music fits the situations and events that take place. The playing of the screeching music when Norman Bates is in the process of stabbing Lila Crane in the shower, just the effect of the music makes this one of t...
  • Scenes At Night
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    "The Monkey's Paw" is set in 19th century England. The story takes place in a cabin in a deserted suburban area. The majority of the story's scenes happen at night, leaving only a few scenes in daylight. During the night, the weather is never pleasant and often unsettling, but during the day the weather is decent. The author purposely sets the suspenseful scenes during the nighttime leaving the reader to expect something horrible to happen. The scenes that take place during the day are not as sc...
  • Murder Scene Of Miriam
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    Alfred Hitchcock's Stranger on a Train is a spellbinding movie that takes a hold of one's mind with utter suspense and uncertainty. Even though there are several scenes that are suspenseful and cause one to suffer, the scene that took my interest was the murder scene of Miriam. Hitchcock provides one to suffer by introducing helpless and odd characters, eerie and strange situations, and finally intriguing and unusual camera angels. The actual complexity and strangeness of the characters in the m...
  • Next Major Scene
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    The Pilot Setting: several gigantic meteors with large green blotches slightly swirl, floating weightlessly around a ravioli-shaped, iron-colored space ship. They fly effortlessly towards an unsuspecting earth, passing the gray, blank moon along the way. I watched as the meteors passed through this virtual space, the colors vivid and beautiful... I felt as if I was, perhaps, clinging onto one of the kryptonite-infested meteor rocks, along for the suspense ride of that space ship. This scene was ...

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