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Nightmare On Elm Street Presentation

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Chase Imbriaco

on 29 November 2010

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Nightmare On Elm Street Thesis: The original film of “Nightmare on Elm Street” provoked an instantaneous “scare” through technological graphics, while the remake inspires fear via “scare” through psychological effects and story lines. Trailers Research Gill, Pat. “The Monstrous Years: Teens, Slasher Films, and the Family” Journal of Film and Video 54.4 (2002): 16-30

Kendrick, James. “Razors in the Dreamscape: Revisiting A Nightmare on Elm Street and the Slasher Film” Film Criticism 33.3 (2009): 17-33

Wyrick, Laura “Horror at Century’s End: Where Have All The Slashers Gone?” Pacific Coast Philology 33.2 (1998) 122-126 1984 2010 Major Topics Graphic Thrill vs. Psychological Thrill

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Demographic Conclusion Today viewers require a more authentic emotional thrill in order to feel the kind of fear that the original movie produced nearly three decades ago. Evidence is presented through less graphic scenes, more shocking and emotional plots, and details. “A Nightmare on Elm Street” provides well developed examples of this graphic versus psychological scare. Pedophilia
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