Free Essays on Describe The First Horror Movie You Ever Saw

  1. Cause and Effect Essay

    King argues in "Why We Crave Horror Movies" that horror movies have “a dirty job to do": they feed the hungry monsters in our psyche. Write an essay in which you put King’s thesis to the test. Briefly describe the first horror movie you ever saw; then explain its effect on you. Like King, speculate about...

  2. Turn of the Screw

    Everyone likes to watch a horror movie now and then, the thrill of trying to figure out who’s waiting behind the door gives the audiences a feel of suspense which drives people to continue coming. Directors have the luxury of using visual effects and surround sound to captivate its audiences but unlike...

  3. Describe the Most Interesting Movie That You Have Seen

    Describe an interesting film you saw recently.    You should say;  What is the title?  When did you see it?  What is the story about?  And explain why this movie was interesting to you. Last summer, my family and I went to AMC Movie Theater in Cupertino and enjoyed a movie entitled “Journey to...

  4. Shower Scene from Psycho

    Famous “shower scene” A. visuals: Describe each visual as Marion steps into the shower until she hit the floor. B. Vocals: Describe the sound Marion makes from the time she steps into the shower until she falls, slides the shower wall. C. Sound effects: Describe the sound effects from the minute Marion...

  5. "Saw II" Movie Review

    The movie Saw captivated audiences with its gruesome violence and surprising plot twists. It was a rare film that completely shook up the horror genre. As with most successful horror movies, a sequel always seems to follow, however, most of the time the sequel never quite lives up to the first movie. Saw...

  6. Mothman

    Jelinek November 14, 2010 Mothman Imagine you are driving down the road one night, on a deserted road, and all of the sudden you see a huge figure with wings and glowing red eyes. What would you do when it starts to fly at you and keeping up with you as you drive away at over 100 mph? This exact scenario...

  7. Close Encounters of the Third Kind

    “Have you recently had a close encounter?” quote from David Laughlin from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Well everyone who has ever seen the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind has had their own close encounter of some kind. Written and directed by Steven Spielberg and Produced by Colombia...

  8. Emotional Experience Through Horror Films

    Art of Horror After watching a particularly scary horror film, one might say that they had an emotional experience; most likely one characterized by fear. Some would say that this experience of fear is not a “real” emotion. In the essay “Fearing Fictionally,” Kendall Walton describes an example...

  9. First Horror Movie

    THE FIRST HORROR MOVIE I EVER WATCH Phyllis Huffines January 22, 2011 Instructor Geter The first horror movie I ever watched was The Howling. I was only five at the time, and...

  10. Is Freedom Really Free?

    could be found. There is one way to survive in this country where hate is found that is to find freedom within thyself and within others who accept you. This was accomplished through 150 students who believed strongly that barriers were meant to be broken. In 1994, Erin Gruwell became a teacher to...

  11. A Horror Movie

    about horror movies. Most may experience the feeling of butterflies in their stomach for fear or just pure excitement, but where does that fear or excitement come from? One might say that it is the anti-social instincts of horror that we all have hidden and festering deep down inside. A great horror author...

  12. Narrating

    person. There is nothing worse for a horror writer than failing to be frightening. When you can achieve true fear, it is better than sex. When your attempts fall flat, then nothing will revive them. So, I often find myself looking into the mechanics of horror, if only to get some kind of comprehension...

  13. Netflix and the Revolution of Digital Content

    customers, online streaming and home delivery of movies. They offer excellent prices as opposed to the brick-and-mortar movie rental stores that charge you a high price per movie you rent. I am a member of Netflix myself and I feel that this is one of the most successful e-commerce companies out there...

  14. The Shining Analysis

    epic, gothic horror film and haunted house masterpiece - a beautiful, stylish work that distanced itself from the blood-letting and gore of most modern films in the horror genre. (The film waits until its climax to provide the typical catharctic bloody violence of most traditional horror films.) The...

  15. Syllabus and Opening Epigraphs

    three short entries that are at the beginning two of the three are the first things that had caught my attention. The first was by Ken Kesney counter cultural figure and author of the 1962 novel “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” This first quote was taken out of his 1964 novel “Sometimes a Great Notion” ...

  16. english paper

    Hartman Wendling Ben DeSantis Fall Exam 12/20/2013 Edgar Allan Poe: 1 Two elements of horror that Poe uses in his stories are helplessness and release. A story that is Poe wrote that is mainly based off of the element of helplessness is The Cask of Amontillado. In this story, the victim is chained...

  17. Horror Movies: Gateway to Our Dark Side

    I stood upon a high place And saw, below, many devils Running, leaping, And carousing in sin. One looked up, grinning, And said: "Comrade! Brother!" - "I Stood Upon a High Place" by Stephen Crane From the day we are born we begin our training to become a part of the society. Day after day we...

  18. The Inferno of Dant

    such as visual imagery, symbolism, and plot; all of which parallel in most horror films. Any one of the three Saw films would be an example of how Dante and Virgil’s journey can be classified in the genre of horror. Horror instills fear in the audience; it not only puts the audience on an emotional...

  19. The Creation of Destruction

    Throughout history, horror stories have played off of the fears that pertain to the time period that they were written in. When feudal peasants relied on crops and livestock for survival, the scariest thing imaginable was a werewolf that could endanger both resources. When the anonymity of city living...

  20. Mothman

    mysterious mothman. The picture on the left shows what it seems to be a huge moth like creature. The one on the right is a drawing of what many people describe as the mothman. The mothman is guessed to be approximately 7 foot tall, with red eyes. A body of a human and wings of an insect. The shadowy creature...

  21. HUM 150 UOP Tutorial / uophelp

    HUM 150 Week 3 DQ 3 HUM 150 Week 3 DQ 4 HUM 150 Week 3 DQ 5 HUM 150 Week 3 Summary HUM 150 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Film Matrix Comedy and Horror Presentation HUM 150 Week 4 DQ 1 HUM 150 Week 4 DQ 2 HUM 150 Week 4 DQ 3 HUM 150 Week 4 DQ 4 HUM 150 Week 4 DQ 5 HUM 150 Week 4 Summary HUM...

  22. Holocaust Museum

    Fourth Floor The Nazi Assult 1. The first exhibit that I experienced was a film on Hitlers' rise to power. It showed how he played on the fears of the people by using propaganda to promote himself to becoming Chancellor of Germany. Ever though he lost the election, Hindenburg on January 30, 1933...

  23. Torture Porn - the Hottest and Most Hated in Hollywood

    book on horror, Danse Macabre, “I recognize terror as the finest emotion and so I will try to terrorize the reader. But if I find that I cannot terrify, I will try to horrify, and if I find that I cannot horrify, I’ll go for the gross-out. I’m not proud” (Kaye 3). From the sequence of horror movies that...

  24. Incognitum Hactenus

    INCOGNITUM HACTENUS art philosophy horror vol.1 Real HorrorContents Editorial Caryn Coleman and Tom Trevatt.....................................3 Martin Carl Neville........................................................................5 Terror! Ben Rivers...................................

  25. Essay

    dark side that welcomes horror because the unknown can make you scared most, and to feel scared is only human. I love that excitement of the unknown, which makes me see horror movies. The first horror movie I ever seen was The SAW, I was 12 years old I when I watched this movie, while over at my friends’...

  26. Craving Horror

    The first horror movie I ever saw was The Exorcist. I was nineteen years old when I watched this movie, while over at my friends’ house. This movie was the most terrifying experience of my life. It left me fearful of Ouija boards. I spent many nights awake wondering whilst in my bed, what was going...

  27. Cause and Effect Essay

    The first horror movie I ever saw I can remember like it was yesterday I walked into a dark movie theater the first time without my parents excited and scared all at the same time, it was my first time seeing a horror movie. It was the summer of 1984 everybody was talking about this scary movie that...

  28. Diary of a Wimpy Kid 4 Summary

    when it's sunny out, so she try to get him do something outside like play soccer, go to the park or go to the pool. But Greg said that he spent the first part at his friend Rowley’s pool, and that didn't work out so good. But like I was saying his mother keeps trying to get him to go to the pool with...

  29. Uneasy homecoming

    writer, an award-winning American writer, of science fiction and alternate history. He wrote and published over 1,500 short stories and articles, 14 movie scripts, and hundreds of radio scripts and television plays. In World War I, Leinster served with the United States Army (1917–1918). In 1921, he married...

  30. Violence in the Morning

    Violence in the Morning Hostility. Murder. Revenge. Sounds like the latest horror or thriller movie, right? You may be amazed to hear that this describes the standard Saturday morning cartoon. One of the most astonishing facts is that the level of violence during Saturday morning cartoons is higher...