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  • 1. Horror films By Cerise Clarke
  • 2. The Ring
  • 3. Before you die, you see the ring Genre: Horror,Thriller, Mystery Release Date: 21 February 2003 Age Certificate: 15 Company: Dreamworks Director: Gore Verbinski Cast: Naomi Watts,Martin Henderson,David Dorfman And Daveigh Chase(Samara) Awards: 7 wins & 5 nominations Synopsis: A videotape filled with nightmarish images, leading to a phone call foretelling the viewer's death in exactly seven days. As a newspaper reporter, Rachel Keller was naturally skeptical of the story, until four teenagers all met with mysterious deaths exactly one week after watching just such a tape. Allowing her investigative curiosity to get the better of her, Rachel tracks down the video and watches it. Now, she must enlist the aid of her friend Noah to save her life and the life of her son. Together, they have just seven days to unravel the mystery of  "The Ring. “ http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =GZm09L-c7uY
  • 4. The Exorcist
  • 5. You better call an exorcist! Genre: Horror, Thriller Release Date: 26 th December 1973 Age Certificate:18 Before Ban, Now 15 Company: Wanerbros Director: William Friedkin Cast: Linda Blair, Ellen Burstyn, Max Von Sydow And Jason Miller The Movie Was Said To be Supposedly Based On An Two Month Long Exorcism Performed On A 14 Year Old Boy. The Movie Was Banned In 1986 Due To Being Too Scary For Home viewing. Especially For Young Girls. So Several Edited And Uncut Versions Were Then Made. It Caused A Widespread Hysteria When It Was Released, Reports Of Fainting, Vomiting And Even An Miscarriage. Also Collected £165.000,000 In Cinemas And Another £90.000,000 On Video. One Of The Most Successful Horror Films Of All Time. http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =o-4f_NMUxcY
  • 6. 28 Days Later
  • 7. The Days Are Numbered Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller Release Date: 1 November 2002 Age Certificate: 18 Company: Foxsearchlight Pictures Director: Danny Boyle Cast: Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris. Megan Burns. Christopher Eccleston, Brendan Gleeson A virus that locks those infected into a permanent state of killing rage, is accidentally released from a British research facility. Carried by animals and humans, the virus is impossible to contain, and spreads across the entire planet. Twenty-eight days later, a small group of survivors are trapped in London, caught in a desperate struggle to protect themselves from the infected. As they attempt to salvage a future from the apocalypse, they find that their most deadly enemy is not the virus, but other survivors. The DVD extras include three alternate endings, all of which end with Jim dying. Two were filmed, while the third, a more radical departure, was only presented in storyboards. On 25 July 2003, cinemas started showing the alternate ending at the end of the film http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v = sBZnuUZIbBQ
  • 8. Horror? But Whyy? Horror films are designed to scare and disgust viewers with evil characters, plots and events that can range from realistic to completely supernatural, However, the horror genre has been around for years with classics from Dracula and Frankenstein to modern day versions such as The Hills Have Eyes and The Ring. Very simply, we do it because it is fun to make the unreal real. Great movies evoke emotions, and horror movies do it easier than most genres. Any member of our sane population will be captivated by the chase scene in Halloween, or by the shark swimming up to attack during Jaws. Fear is the quickest and most dependable emotion that movie makers can bring out in us. In addition to that, Everyone Loves A Good Scare!!!
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