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Disturbed font styles

  1. 1. DISTURBED<br />This is a sans-serif typeface called ‘Felix Titling’ and I believe this really suits the thriller genre ; its simple but has some threatening and obscure feeling to it.<br />I believe this particular font is similar to the font used for the thriller ‘Derailed’ and it could work within our film if we add our own different style to it.<br />
  2. 2. DISTURBED<br />This is a straight up bold, direct and demanding. This is also a sans-serif font which is quite straight forward but really does go with the thriller genre.<br />
  3. 3. D I S T U R B E D<br />This is a serif font which has spaces after each letter making them distant form each other – this may link to some themes like disappearance and lost on connection or contact in our film. This particular style of spaces is quite common in any film titles, not just thrillers. But I believe this can be ideal for our film with again different styles and we want it to be simple but unique and different than others.<br />The similar type of font is used in the film ‘Frozen’<br />
  4. 4. DISTURBED<br />This is the most boldest and most demanding font. This is widely used in thriller films today as its very eye-catching and powerful. It is used in films like Obsessed, Bad Company and The Town which are recent film titles.<br />

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