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Aaron Horsfield

on 11 May 2010

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TRAILER Shaun Of The Dead IN COMPARISON OWN PRODUCT OUR VERSION SHOT TYPES MISE-EN-SCENE CAMERA ANGLES AND MOVEMENTS INSTITUTIONAL LOGOS AND TITLES ACTUAL VERSION OUR VERSION The use of logos within our version is
similair to that of the actual version, so
as to keep as many common traits with the
original version. Universal has become Zombieversal
so as to avoid copyright, yet be similair
to that the original with the use of a
globe. A similair things has happened
with the use of studio canal and it becoming
studio panel. OUR VERSION ACTUAL VERSION ACTUAL VERSION OUR VERSION OUR VERSION ACTUAL VERSION The actual institutional logos are
more professional and sophisticated
in their look than our own versions,
as they had more resources at available
to them, being world known institutions.
TASK 3 Shaun of the dead is within the genre
of horror, mainly this can be seen in the
blood gore and the fact that zombies are
in the film, something associated closely
with the horror genre. The film is also
a comedy and in part a romance, making it
a hybrid film, of horror, comedy and
romance. These genres are represented in the
use of humourous moments and actions,
with the romance between the main
character and his ex-girlfriend. Other examples of horror comedies could
include the well known Scary Movie series
and possibly Severance another British film
as well as the Cottage and Lesbian Vampire
Killers. Generic Conventions
- Zombies
- Blood & Gore
- Murder
- Funny Actions
- Jokes
- Romance
CHARACTERS Shaun - Hero, is the character who
is clearly seen as being the one in
control and making the descions, but
to show the comedy aspect, he is often
questioned or makes poor choices. TASK 2 GENRE? OR A HYBRID? The differences in location and characters
are obvious within the shots. But the camera
angles used, such as low angled shot on the
one zombie, which is used to highlight the
fact that they are rasing off the floor when
they were supposedly dead beforehand. The
low angled mid shot is ideal for the viewer as
it gives the audience the idea that they are
actually looking at, as if they were there,
maybe insighting fear as is the aim of the
horror genre. The camera angle used, within
this shot is an other the shoulder
shot, which is different to the
original as the zombie is not centre
shot due to the fact that there is less
people in our own cast, meaning if
there was a large space to the right
it would be highlighting the fact that
there was few people. The mise-en-scene within the shots of our own version of the trailer was copying the casual look within Shaun of the Dead, yet mainly revolved around using whatever was present. Fake blood was used as a way of trying to copy the dead look seen within many zombie films, which aim is to look gory, yet of course out own was lacking in special effects, so did not hold the same power as professional trailers. The shot types used within our
own version of SOTD's trailer are
in many ways of copy of the original,
as they were most effective. The use
of long shot on the character jumping
a fence is something we tried to copy
to a degree without actually jumping
a fance due to physical restrictions.
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