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I am producing an opening sequence to a horror film with four other students. I am aiming to produce something which is typical of the conventions of the horror genre but also unique in some way to avoid repetition and clichés.
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I am producing an opening sequence to a horror film with four other students. I am aiming to produce something which is typical of the conventions of the horror genre but also unique in some way to avoid repetition and clichés. For example we are going to use the typical mise-en-scene of the isolated setting like the stereotypical "haunted house" in misery or the "haunted castle" in "Nosferatu" 1922. Shirley court in Coloma convent school looks really vulnerable adding to the suspense because it's Spartan, old fashioned and to some extent intertextual with the film "misery" 1990. The artefacts like the cross connotes to our religious theme, this also connotes protection. Not everyone believes in religion and can create more fear of what could be in the house because convents and churches tend to be spookier because they are very empty, dark and have stained windows.
The lighting is going to be fairly dark and chiaroscuro to build up the fear of what could be evil. Stained glass windows carry on with the religious aspect as stained windows are continuously used in churches and there are lamps and candles underneath the window. This
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