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3.08 FEAR IN FILM

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Jacob Benvenutty

on 18 February 2015

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Transcript of 3.08 FEAR IN FILM

Throughout the review, Ebert has a great diction that displays the tone and attitude of his review. He uses words like , " impact", "insinuating", "thriller", "horror", "mystery", " surprise", " fears", and "immortal." Ebert also uses great details in which he describes the whole movie and certain scenes that stood out to him. After reading his review it is obvious that he was impressed by the works of Hitchcock as he never implied anything that did not make the movie look good.
The two reviews were similar in that they both described at least one particular scene they thought was outstanding and how the film was different and extraordinary from other films. Both critics did mention what techniques they liked that the producer used. The differences between the two reviews were that Deming's review was short and was not descriptive like Ebert's. Deming's review did not mention where the film was created and how the producer wanted it to be. Ebert's review was quite lengthy and can be used when doing a report/ analysis on the movie while Deming's can not.

After reading various reviews about the movie, as well as seeing the modern show "Bates Motel" I definitely have an interest in watching Psycho.
The critic, Roger Elbert, explains in his review of the movie,
Psycho
, by explaining the main idea of the movie while inserting his opinion of why the producer made certain events happen; He then goes on explaining certain techniques the producer used to make this film successful and scary.
Critic: Roger Ebert
Title of Critique: Great Movie : Psycho
Written on December 6, 1998


~ Informs the readers on how the producer wanted it to seem
~Critic talks about how the film is set up and where they filmed it
~ Includes what the viewers wanted to happen ( which did happen in the movie)
~ Summarizes the film and its characters
~ Discusses the elements the producer used to make this film
In Deming's review he explains how the movie Psycho different from many during that time while also including a specific scene he thought was greatly done; He states his opinion of how suspenseful movies are suppose to be.


Specific terms Deming uses throughout his review were: " acceptable", " battle", "palpable", " tension", " frightening", " suspense", and " asunder." When using these terms, the Critic shows that he enjoyed the different techniques the producer used in the film. There were no bad comments that the critic made while writing this review.
Critic: Mark Deming
Title of Critique: AMG Review



~Discusses how the film was different than the films that were made in the same time period
~ Includes how the film is still scary and watched today
~ Adds his opinion of how suspense films should be
~Includes a specific scene in the review
Movie: Psycho
Psycho, a 1960 American horror thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock which was based on a novel that was inspired by the crimes of Wisconsin murderer and grave robber Ed Gein.
3.08 Fear in Film
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