The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

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  • Analysis Of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

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    1974 version of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, I would update it to have current technology. I would update the movie so people had cell phones; I would have social media play a big part in the movie; I would also put in updated vehicles and machinery. With these changes to the movie I feel like it would help the movie become more modern. Nowadays everyone has a cell phone. From 80 year olds to 10 year olds, almost everyone has a cell phone. In remaking The Texas Chain Saw Massacre for current times

  • The Horror Movie : The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

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    film that is famous to the U.S. is The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, involving five kids that stumble upon an eery home. How would this movie change if the cellphones we use today were such a thing in this time period? An upgrade in technology would change this movie drastically by the ways and means of transportation, communication, and distraction. The movie begins with five friends that are traveling and have seemed to lost their way (The Texas Chain Saw Massacre). This is the first spot in the movie

  • Communication And Cell Phones In The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

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    monumental role in our society today as how humans communicate relies solely on these devices. Comparable to our phones, our society craves horror such as in horror films and books. One specific horror film that is famous in the U.S. is The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, involving five kids that stumble upon an eery home. How would this movie change if the cell phones used today were an invention in this time period? An upgrade in technology would change this movie drastically by the ways and systems of

  • Horror Films By Edgar Allen Poe, Bram Stoker And Marry Shelly

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    Shelly. However, it was later when the German Expressionism in the form of film dominated the industry, horror films started to develop stronger and stronger. Horror movies are film genre, which typically relates to two patterns as supernatural, massacre, violence and zombies. Each movie genre has different special influences on the auditors and that influence, in a situation of horror genre, is fear. This kind of film can simply understand as movies that try to get a negative emotional reaction

  • Horror Movies Are All the same

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    Horror movies generally are all the same. They all have been based off of something that has already happened or a previous movie. Society has paid to be entertained by these gruesome stories that we all truly fear. Before movies, people would purchase books of similar traumatic events to read in their spare time for amusement. It has been said by the Filmmakers IQ's horror film lesson (2012), that writers such as Bram Stoker created graphic novels that would grab the audience's attention for years

  • Gender Depiction in Horror Films Essay

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    Gender Depiction in Horror Films There has been a large variety of horror films produced throughout the last fifty years. People are always going to be frightened and scared by different types of horror films. But, what type of horror film scares more people, and were men or women more frightened by these horror films? Each one of the horror films had its own agenda to frighten its audience using several different methods of horror. Some of these methods were more so directed at the female

  • Essay on The Art of Horror Films

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    Horror movies generally are all the same. They all have been based off of something that has already happened or a previous movie. Society has paid to be entertained by these gruesome stories that we all truly fear. Before movies, people would purchase books of similar tramatic events to read in their spare time for amusement. Writters such as Bram Stoker created graphic novels that grabbed peoples attention for years to come. But the horror movie, The House Of The Devil(1896), was noted as being

  • Cannibalism Is Taboo And A Violation Of The Law

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    dependence we had on our mothers. The fear of the mother’s generative power makes her body and thus all other bodies abject and inedible. By not consuming the flesh of other humans, we are able to maintain our connections to other people. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre depicts more severe acts of violence on women than men, which may be explained by the abject. Creed (1986) suggests that the reason for significant bleeding in a slasher

  • Postmodern In The Woods

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    slasher films while blending elements of sci-fi and comedy “such that it is possible to see and appreciate the transgression” (Pinedo, 14). Carol Clover’s brief plot summary of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre sounds almost identical to the main storyline of The Cabin in the Woods. “Five young people are driving through Texas in a van; they stop off at an abandoned house and are serially murdered by the psychotic sons of a degenerate local family; the sole survivor is a woman.”

  • Women 's Women Can Get Hurt

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    Women in society feel they are being objectified, and feel as if they are not getting the same respect as men. Through many examples it is shown that not just women, but men are also being objectified. After the realization of men being objectified as well, there is a combination of objectification towards women, and men throughout all forms of media, for the reason of publicity. Firstly, to explain the objectifications of women, within today’s society. Kilbourne’s article, “Two ways a

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