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The exorcist vs. insidious presentation
The exorcist vs. insidious presentation
The exorcist vs. insidious presentation
The exorcist vs. insidious presentation
The exorcist vs. insidious presentation
The exorcist vs. insidious presentation
The exorcist vs. insidious presentation
The exorcist vs. insidious presentation
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  • 1. A Look At Horror Films:The Old vs. The NewThe Exorcist vs. Insidious
    Andrew Michaels
  • 2. Roger Ebert’s Input
    Shock and Horror are created through small occurrences
    Displays the reality of human suffering
    27 seconds to 48 seconds
  • 3. Stephen Bowles, writer for Literature Film Quarterly
    Extraordinary use of mechanics
  • 4. Sneaky Happenings
  • 5.
  • 6. Theme and Dialogue
    The Exorcist: Man vs. demon
    Insidious: Man vs. lost souls and demons
    A calm but eerie tone in the dialogue is commonly used.
  • 7. So…Which Movie is Better???
    OR
  • 8. Reality and Technology

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