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  • Starter- match the words to the filmDisturbia Rear Window
  • Generic Hybridity of Disturbia Nightmare on Elm StreetWhat does this mean? Halloween Friday 13th• A mixture of genres A slasher film is a type of horror film typically involving aThriller psychopathic killer stalking and killing a sequence of victims in a graphically violent manner, oftenSlash with a cutting tool such as a knifeTeen or axe. Although the term "slasher" maySuspense be used as a generic term for any horror movie involving graphic acts of murder, the slasher as a genre has its own set of characteristics
  • Generic Hybridity of Disturbia Donnie DarkoWhat does this mean? PreciousA mixture of genres Wild Cherry/ Project X • Teen films is a film genre targeted at teenagers and young adults inThriller which the plot is based upon the special interests of teenagers, suchSlash as coming of age, first love, rebellion, conflict with parents, teen angst, and alienation. OftenTeen these normally serious subject matters are presented in a glossy,Suspense stereotyped or trivialized way. • Films in this genre are often set in high schools, or contain characters that are of high school age. Sexual themes are also common, as are crude forms of humour.
  • Some Teen Film ConventionsCodes and conventions of The classic codes and conventions of teen film come from American films where one of thethe teen film genre vary most widely used conventions are thedepending on the cultural stereotypes and social groups. The wide range stereotypes most commonly used include:context of the film, but they • The Jock/Cheerleadercan include proms, alcohol, • The Princessillegal substances, high • The Geek/ Nerdschool, parties and all- • The Rebelnight raves, losing ones • The Misfit, or The Outcast • The Average Girl/Boy (the boy/girl next door)virginity, relationships, • The New Girl/Boysocial groups and cliques, • The Lonerand American pop-culture. • The Band Geek
  • References to other FilmsRear Window (1954)- whole set of spying on a neighbour and assuming hecould be a murdererThe Shining (1980)- The scene where Turner busts a hole in the door withthe baseball bat and looks through is an homage toKubricks The ShiningPoltergeist(1982)- The underground skeletal remains surfacing out of themuddy water is an homage to 1982s "Poltergeist“Full Metal Jacket (1987)- "Me so horny" ringtone, taken from the 2 Live Crewsong that samples the film.Total Recall (1990)- poster seen on wallThe Shawshank Redemption (1994)- Kale says his mother is like the warden in "Shawshank".
  • Disturbia – product placement who is this aimed at?????Date: 13 Apr-3 May., 2007Studio: ParamountWeekend gross: US$53.7 MFeatured brands:Apple, ASICS, Barnes & Noble, Bed, Bath & Beyond, BMW, Boost Mobile,Cascade, Coca-Cola, Elmers, Energizer, FADER, Fila, Ford, Ford Mustang,HDNet, Hefty, Hersheys, Lexus, Mayflower, Nike, Nokia, OxiClean,Palmolive, Panasonic, Philips, Red Bull, Safari, Sentinel Offender Services,Skippy, Sony PlayStation, Twinkies, Us magazine, Valspar, VolkswagenBeetle, Wonder Bread, Xbox, YouTubeOn house arrest, Kale entertains himself with junk food, household brands, and aslew of electronics brands as he spies on a murderous neighbour in Disturbia.Apple products stand out as the absolute teen necessities, with the iPod holding 60gigs of [Kales] life.
  • Pervasive Technology?Where is in in Disturbia?
  • WEB 2
  • Definition of WEB 2A Web 2.0 site allows users to interact and collaboratewith each other in a social media dialogue as creators ofuser-generated content in a virtual community, in contrastto websites where users are limited to the passiveviewing of content, that was created for them.Examples of Web 2.0 include social networking sites,blogs, wikis , video sharing sites, hosted services, webapplications, mashups and folksonomies
  • Audience DemographicRear Window DisturbiaWhen Rear Window was Disturbia, given that thereleased in 1954, most of films star was in his earlythe actors (with the 20s when released, wasexception of Grace Kelly) geared toward a youngerwere in their late 30s to audience group, probablyearly 50s, perhaps high schoolers to youngsuggesting that the adults.movies target audiencewas more toward middle-aged Americans.