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  • to play Film genres le documentaire documentary le film d’aventures adventure movie le film d’horreur horror film le film de science-fiction
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  • gentle games with them--they like competition but prefer co-op They like horror films because of the adrenaline rush, but anything too sad or graphic kills
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  • Top) in 1885 in Back to the Future Part III. It is used in the horror film Carver (film)|Carver in a few on the murder scenes. Homer Simpson hums along
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  • everyday occurrence of atonal music would be in the soundtracks to many horror films, documentaries, or other movies where there is a need for extreme dissonance
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  • when the effect it creates is explicitly desired. A popular device in horror films is to use subjective shots from the monster or adversary's point of view
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  • to this day. Horror films, as well as films in the Mystery and Suspense genre, have evolved significantly. When horror and suspense films were first released
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  • your favourite kind of film? What films have you seen this year? Who is your favourite male or female actor? What's the best film you've ever seen? Do you
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  • Regulatory Commission June 2011 NRC Safety Report "Energy: A Nuclear Horror". Time. February 9, 1976. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171
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  • in literature and film. It can describe different kinds of stories and films, such as science fiction, detective, romance and horror. It is also used to
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  • consider films. They are classified into different types (genres) e.g. Action, Horror, Comedy etc. This helps viewers find and choose a film that they
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  • setting, and Americans are depicted as abusers of natives. For fans of horror there is the infamous Dracula by Bram Stoker. The novel is written as a
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  • create horror? What sounds create happiness? A five-year-old kid pounding on a piano keyboard while watching a scene from a movie is the ideal film composer
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  • extraordinary experience. Gaiman mixes genres of realistic fiction, fantasy, and horror often in the same work. Gaiman’s dialogue is snappy, clever and entertaining
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  • your favourite kind of film? What films have you seen this year? Who is your favourite male or female actor? What's the best film you've ever seen? Do you
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  • major occasion for European citizens to remember and condemn the enormous horror and tragedy of the Holocaust, but also for addressing the disturbing rise
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  • the present generation of American Indians are still full of sadness and horror about the past, like the descendants of the Jews. Although we cannot look
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  • --Richard Feynman, There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom There is much horror, revulsion, and delight regarding the promise and peril of nanotechnology
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  • novels that are categorized as horror but without containing supernatural events. His books are filed into the horror genre because his characters are
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  • marriage, motherhood, and prostitution. To illustrate man's experience of the "horror of feminine fertility", Beauvoir quotes the British Medical Journal of 1878
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  • the index and middle fingers to mimic the shape of most scissors. In the horror game series, Clock Tower, There is a character called Scissorman, who has
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