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 the nature of your response—your feelings and fantasies—while watching the movie.
When I think back to the first time I seen a horror movie I don’t feel as freighted are nervous. I believe the first horror film I had ever seen was Chuck y to me for some reason I just couldn’t figure out why people where so scarred of this little 2 3 foot doll running around with a knife, I received more comedy from that movie than horror and I was pretty young when I watched that movie.
There was one movie though I will never forget it was called “Christine”. I mean this movie didn’t put fear in my heart just in my head. OK I am go be honest I was freaked out,But what can I say I was about eleven or twelve at the time. It started when my Mom, sisters, and I went to the country to go see my grandmother. My grandmother loves horror movies, and ghost stories. When I heard my grandmother start calling me in the room with the family laughing and carrying on I know they were watching some good horror movie.
This Movie Christine was so amazing but frightening to me as the movie came on I began to grab my chair and squeeze, I can remember my palms being socking wet from being so nervous and this was just off the intro music. The movie was OK to me until I started seeing the car fix itself after I seen the group of boys vandalize the car,that’s when I begin to get freaked out because in the next picture it showed the car fixing itself, then going after the guys who vandalized it and murder them. Now when your around the age of twelve or thirteen to see a car kill someone and take over someone minds freaked me...