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It Follows (Mitchell, 2015)

The camera tracks vacancy, moral discontent, death of the sanctity of sex: the anguish of feeling empty inside. Sex and death and the loss of self. Perspective is found in its finale: succumbing to a moral loss of spirit and … Continue reading

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Scream (Craven, 1996)

In Wes Craven’s Scream (1996), music is utilized to enhance the viewer’s emotional response to the action. The sounds complement the images, and immediately translate mood into the audience’s experience. This occurs because music is non-representational; the formal properties of … Continue reading

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