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Topics: Film, Wes Craven's New Nightmare, Wes Craven Pages: 3 (1063 words) Published: February 2, 2014
Margret Copland
September 23, 2011
English
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Suddenly the alarms went off and the city of Silent Hill turned into its burned and ruined self. Rose and the cop began to run into a room as they saw an enormous red pyramid head butcher appear and pieces of debris flying in the air. They safely shut the door and took deep breathes to relax. Unexpectedly, the butcher’s knife piercethrough the door and bugs amassed in. The blade swung from side to side, while the two women dodged its blade. Suddenly the blade and the bugs stopped moving and slowly withdrew from the room. The noises stopped and Silent Hill turned back into its normal self. Both women opened the door and walked out, but this was only the beginning to their nightmare in Silent Hill. Scary movies are quite terrifying, but interesting. Of course a scary movie must have different elements in order to be scary. A scary movie must have a plot and suspense, different types of effects, and scenery. Each of these elements pulls the movie together to make it good or a bad horror movie. The plot gives the movie its main purpose of being shown and gives the audience an understanding of what is happening. For instance, in Silent Hill, the mother of a young girl, named Alyssa, ventures into Silent Hill, West Virginia to find her daughter. Once she arrives, she realizes a lady, named Dahlia, has a daughter who identical to Alyssa. Alyssa’s mom soon found out that once she and Alyssa were entrapped in Silent Hill that nightmare had soon begun. They would have to free Alyssa’s soul in order to leave Silent Hill, except this wasn’t the case either. Once they were in Silent Hill, they would always be there because they crossed over into another world. In the Nightmare on Elm Street, Freddy Krueger haunts and kills people in their dreams. This only began because he once was a maintenance man at a school. The faculty and parents of the school thought that he was raping the young children so the parents...
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