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How suspenseis createdthrough themovie sinister.Over view of Sinister: A strugglingtrue-crime novelist stumbles into agrim...
How sound creates suspense in Sinister.Sound:There are two types of sound used infilms: Diegetic and Non-diegetic.Diegetic...
How lighting creates suspense in sinister.Lighting:                                           By using low key lighting (s...
How mise-en-scene creates suspense in sinister.Mise-en-scene:                           The costumes the director chooses ...
How camera shots and angles create suspense in Sinister.Camera shots and angles:                                     The d...
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  1. 1. How suspenseis createdthrough themovie sinister.Over view of Sinister: A strugglingtrue-crime novelist stumbles into agrim supernatural mystery thatthreatens the lives of his entire familydirected by Scott Derrickson . Ellison(Ethan Hawke) is seeking inspirationfor his latest book when he moves hiswife and children into a home, wherehe discovers old home videos whichleads to a shocking discovery as theprevious families living in the homehave all been brutally murdered.Ellison investigates the case, the morehe begins to fear he has stirred anancient evil that wont rest until it hasclaimed his entire family.
  2. 2. How sound creates suspense in Sinister.Sound:There are two types of sound used infilms: Diegetic and Non-diegetic.Diegetic sound: Sound which source isvisible on the screen or whose source isimplied to be presented by the actionof the film.Non-diegetic sound: Sound whosesource is neither visible on the screennor has been implied to be presentedin the action, such as commentary.Sound ambiguity:Is a play with diegeticand non-diegetic conventions can beused to create ambiguity or to surprisethe audience.
  3. 3. How lighting creates suspense in sinister.Lighting: By using low key lighting (shown inHigh key lighting: When subject is fully this scene) it creates suspense.lit, minimum to no shadows.Low key lighting: Lots of shadows,subject not fully lit.
  4. 4. How mise-en-scene creates suspense in sinister.Mise-en-scene: The costumes the director chooses for the girl and Mr. Boogie show that they are evilIs the set on scene. It can be shown as they are covered in blood. By puttingthrough decor, costume, space, acting, blood on the girls hands it shows that shelighting ect. has just committed a crime.
  5. 5. How camera shots and angles create suspense in Sinister.Camera shots and angles: The director uses a cut away shot toThere are many camera shots and create and add suspense. In the sceneangles which are used to set the the camera cuts away from the dadsscene, show the surroundings, show face and quickly goes to Mr. Boogie.beyond the human eye ect. Such as:•Extreme long shot•Long shot•Full shot•Medium shot•Extreme close up shot•High angle shot•Low angle shot•Point of view shot The director also uses a high angle shot. This occurs in the scene where the girl has tied up her family and is looking over her dad.

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