“Why We Crave Horror Movies”
“Why We Crave Horror Movies” is an interesting reading overall. It happens to have positive and negative points. Upon completion of reading this paper, one should recognize a precisely criticized essay of “Why We Crave Horror Movies”.
In King’s “Why We Crave Horror Movies”, he mentions how and why this happens. “Why? Some of the reasons are simple and obvious. To show than we can, that we are not afraid, that we can ride this roller coaster. Which is not to say that a really good horror movie may not surprise a scream out of us at some point, the way we may scream when the roller coaster twists through a complete 360 or plows through a lake at the bottom of the drop” (King 321).
King’s purpose of writing this essay is to inform the reader. He has clearly defined the terms of his paper. Evidence is supported by the quotes in paragraph two. The statement from his paper seems reasonable. He was asked a question, researched it, and successfully answered it. This is an example of a relevant and logical point in King’s essay. He also used other people as evidence to support his research. “Freda Jackson, as the horrible melting woman in Die, Monster, Die!, confirms for us that no matter how far we may be removed from the beauty of a Robert Redford or a Diana Ross, we are still light-years from true ugliness” (King 321).
King has used proper tone and style in my opinion. He uses representative figures as the basis for his explanation. For example, when King is writing about when people exhibit emotions, society showers them with positive reinforcement he uses children as the supporter of his statement. “When, as children, we hug our rotten little puke of a sister and give her a kiss, all the aunts and uncles smile and twit and cry” (King 321). The information given by King has been proven significant. Again, the purpose of his essay is to inform. He wants to spread information to the world and its people. He is simply trying to...
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