The Horror Of Horror Films

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“Horror Films are unsettling films designed to frighten and panic, cause dread and alarm, and to invoke our hidden worst fears, often in a terrifying, shocking finale, while captivating and entertaining us at the same time in a cathartic experience.” Horror films have been to Hollywood since the early days of cinematography. Horror films are very interesting to watch because horror movies are scary and we don 't know what is going happen next. That kind of suspense in the movies makes us watch more about them. In todays date critics have given a new term for horror movies which is “torture porn” meaning, “a genre of horror films in which sadistic violence or torture is a central aspect of the plot”. The above term does make some senses…show more content…
The first reason to think that torture porn movie is good development of horror movie is that it attracts so many audiences. Saw (2004) is one of those movies which successfully able to set the record on highest earning horror genre movie. It is the psychological horror film and it 's the first movie in the Saw sequel. This film loses focus on suspense, but more on the suffering of the victims. This film is often derided by the critics as torture porn because of the scariest and deadliest violence done to the human. Some people think it 's good to have horror movies like this because those movies have become more and more sophisticated and they attract a wide range of audiences. Many people love to watch shocking and terrifying videos because they find that the videos are interesting. Ken Miyamoto, the former Sony Pictures script/reader/story analyst stated, “We as a society like to see things that shock us. It 's why we used to watch executions on the square. It 's why crowds gathered for hangings. It 's why we slow down on the freeway to view that car accident. It 's why we watch those shocking videos on YouTube.” He also mentioned, “Our curiosity leads us to the thrill of being shocked. That’s why the Saw films are so successful. That 's why the horror
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