Comparison & contrast essay 10/16/12 ms watkins in two horror films, a nightmare on elm street and texas chainsaw massacre the main killers have similarities and differences between each other by their past, their killings, and weapons.
I really don't feel the need to give you the latest update on this era's so-called horror movies, but rather i'll give you a contrast between today's horror flicks and the ones from twenty and thirty years ago. Both movies show similarities and differences with respect to the horror genre through the portrayal of the surroundings, the creatures, and the behavior of the survivors “30 days of night” begins with a stranger trudging through the wide expanse of gloomy, outstretched snow with burrows in the distance.
Horror movies or fictions often feature a lot of supernatural elements such as ghosts, monsters, zombies, vampires, demons, and other supernatural creatures as the antagonist cannibals, psychopaths, and serial killers are also popular villains in the horror genre.
To give you an example of both in the same movie (although it's not really classified as a horror movie), let's take a look at the shining the creepy girls, the blood from the elevator: these things are horror.
Do you associate horror films with your fears my biggest fears are demonophobia, which is the fear of evil spirits, and taphephobia, which is the fear of being buried alive (phobia lists) these phobias most certainly helped in my decision to compare and contrast the horror movies the exorcist and the ring, in my opinion, the two scariest movies of all time. The comparison of horror and comedy movies [type the document subtitle] tonshea swampter 11/14/2010 this preview has intentionally blurred sections sign up to view the full version.