If you had a chance to make one major film, How would you scare the hell out of the audience?

If you had a chance to make one major film, How would you scare the hell out of the audience?

hellsinki28's picture

i want to know what really scares the hell out of people to make a film that doesn't have crappy acting or overreacting characters, fake blood or makeup, and ridiculous plots. a film so fn scary that they bann it from the theaters.

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allenidaho's picture

Unleash live venomous snakes in the theater and lock the doors. I swear it will be the scariest experience of their lives.

JGJ_Media's picture

There is always something very dark and scary about a person who is mentally unstable. A psychological thriller always intrigues me a bit more than gorefests.... although gorefests are definitely fun as well.

If you can get the audience scared of your main character, without putting a chainsaw in his hands, then you have accomplished a major feat.

Characters who can fit the look of an everyday neighbor AND the extreme psycho, are my favorites.

In the ending I may have blood and gore, but the storyline would have to be strongly based on the main character's twisted psyche.

dursband's picture

DRIPPING WET PUTRID FILTH IS VERY DISGUSTING IT'S NOT ALWAYS WHAT YOU SEE THAT SCARES YOU ITS WHAT YOU THOUGHT YOU JUST SAW.

bonnylynn's picture

well i do know that no matter what someone is going to get there ankles slashed cause that shit makes me cringe i still have to sleep with my feet under the blanket ever since chuckie and pet cemetary!

dursband's picture

DEFINATELY PET SEMETARY THE BEST SLICE AND DICE FROM UNDER THE BED, OUCH!

bonnylynn's picture

pet cemetary is an amazing movie its creepy and has that dash of freaky family passion!

Caleysto's picture

Attachement to the characters is a big thing i think alot of movies are missing out on fact is if its just another chick or dude you dont really feel a thing watching them get slashed to bits or eaten by zombies. When a person can relate to a movie like hey that could be my mom or loved one that scares them. I guess you could say you have to feel like the characters are alive are real people. I think alot of times big name actors take from that experience to not on there fault but cause the viewer doesnt see the person there portraying but the person they are in real life. I think 3d and simulated seens monsters etc take alot from the fear in the movie specially when there not believeable.

ATLFANTSY's picture

I WOULDNT LEAVE OUT ANYTHING! YOU KNOW HOW SOMETIMES THEY SHOW SOME PARTS, AND YOU KINDA USE YOUR OWN IMAGINATION WHEN YOU NOTICE THEY SKIP OVER IT AND COME TO THE DIRECT CONCLUSION OF IT ALL?? WELL I WANT TO SEE EVERYTHING. KEEP THE CAMERA RIGHT THERE. NO MATTER HOW HORRIFIC, I WANNA SEE IT!

leatherface_sawyer's picture

I WOULD LOVE TO DO A FILM ABOUT ALBERT FISH FUCKING PEOPLE UP IN HORRIBLE WAYS THAT NO ONE CAN EXPLAIN GROSS SHIT, GUT, BLOOD,BRAINS ALL THAT YUMMY SHIT THAT WOULD BE MY FILM LATER   LEATHERFACE

Kaboom's picture

Hey! America has been so de-sensitized that it is almost impossible to really scare everyone. About all that seems to be left is cannibalism. Even that has been toyed with. 'Hostel 2', Dario Argento (director of Cannibal Holocaust, & many other good horror films) listening to classical music while munching on part of a person still alive in the foreground. I saw a movie in the mid 80's called 'Make Them Die Slowly' that wasn't too bad. Other than that, everything these days seem to be remakes. We ALL know how everyone loves remakes!lol

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