Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2

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  • The Main Techniques of Telling a Story in Various Films Essay

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    The Main Techniques of Telling a Story in Various Films The First film I’m going to talk about is “The Blair witch project” which is a story about 3 teenagers who are filming a documentary about The Blair Witch which is a legend told for years which is said to be true. They act and talk in dialogue making the film seem real we can also relate to this film if we have ever filmed ourselves hanging out with our friends as this is simply what this film does. The characters

  • Monologue Board Excerpt

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    hand and pulled herself up off the floor. She looked straight at Claire. “I believe you,” she said, “but let’s do something else?” “Like what?” Claire’s voice was flat, and I stared right back at her, unflinching. Here we go. “We can watch The Blair Witch Project.” Claire’s favorite, naturally. “How about it?” Rachel’s voice was tentative, but firm. I tore my eyes away from Claire’s and nodded, managing a smile. Claire did the same. Rachel relaxed, but I didn’t. For her sake, though, I tried to swallow

  • Essay Witchcraft Portrayed in Films

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    An ugly and frightening old woman crouches ominously over a big worn cauldron, set over a crackling red fire. Her skin is wrinkled, cragged and coloured in a strange tone that isn't quite natural, and her face features a long and crooked nose, adorned with a few erratic warts. She is wearing a long black robe that has seen better days, and a tall conical hat with a large rim covers her untidy hair. She concentrates on her cauldron, in which some unwholesome-looking liquid is boiling and sending off

  • Write Gore For The Right Price ! Tips For Writing Low Budget Horror Movies

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    Hollywood. These movies are cheap to make and come with a with a built-in fan base making these scripts some of the most sought after properties in the industry. Examine the profit margins for movies like Paranormal Activity, Halloween, or The Blair Witch Project and you’ll see I’m speaking the truth here. Paranormal Activity raked in over $193 million dollars in profit worldwide. But did you know it only cost a mere $15,000 to make? This type of net profit generally doesn’t happen in other genres

  • Witchcraft - Satan Woship, or Just another Religion? Essay

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    practice of wicca. The movie, Blair Witch Project, is one example of the growing belief in spells, charms, and covens. However, there are many people who disapprove of this practice and are labeling it as a 'false religion.'; Christians, for example, greatly disagree with the belief of witchcraft and find it in association with

  • Received Pronunciation: Historical Background and Application

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    generic southern accent: Estuary English, which admits people to the inner circle and acts as a “class barrier”. It’s interesting to note that Margaret Thatcher adopted RP to appear more educated, power, and authoritative to the electorate, while Tony Blair has swapped RP for Estuary English in an attempt to identify more closely with the people he represents. British phoneticians A.C Gimson (1964), A. C. Hughes (1997), estimate that nowadays RP is not homogenous. A.C. Gimson suggests generally distinguish