The Entertainment of Horror Movies

Atziri Ramos, Reporter

October, the one time of year that is best known for all of its Fall and Halloween festivities. The trick-or-treating, costume parties, making jack-o’-lanterns, and visiting haunted attractions are ways to get into the spirit. What really ties everything together are horror movies, coming from its classics to its sequel. The amount of categories there are in horror that goes into detail are unlimited and can go on forever.What Makes It So Entertaining ?There are ultimately three reasons why we consume horror in the first place. One is to experience the stimulation. The exposure of terrifying acts or the anticipation of getting through. Another, is to gain novel experiences – allowing us to live through the alternative realities. Wondering the what if’s when we compare ourselves between the characters on the screen. It can help safely satisfy knowledge the curiosity about the dark side of the human psyche.Why ?According to some research, people with higher sensation – a strong need to seek traits for finding thrill and excitement, tend to desire seeking and enjoying horror-related experiences more than those with lower sensation. They may find those experiences to be more unpleasant so they tend to avoid them. This strong openness is what’s associated with the increased connection between horror, the intense feeling of mixed emotions.
What Are There ?
There’ll always be a variety that you can choose from that’s all based on your preference, it just depends on what you feel like watching with either someone or being alone.Examples:
“As Above So Below” involves an Archaeologist devoting their whole life to finding one of history’s greatest treasures, the “Flamel’s Philosopher’s Stone. According to its legend, it’s granted eternal life and can turn any metal into gold. When they learn about the stone being hidden underground in the Catacombs of Paris, she assembles a crew to guide and document a video camera of their historic adventure. As they begin their journey, they begin to come across some deep personal troubles.
“The Blair Witch Project”, a story of three student filmmakers in 1994 hike into the Black Hills near Burkittsville, Maryland, are to film a documentary about a local legend known as the Blair Witch.These two movies are examples of horror. If you’re interested in movies that are based on its character’s filmography, this could be great for you as they both conclude mysteries, evolving questions that need to be answered.In Conclusion:These horror movies are meant to be filled with psychological terror and most likely to be fictional. Either interesting or not, it’s great to get into the Halloween spirit at this time of Fall.