1) Gender?“What gender are you?”I chose to ask theaudience for their malegender so that I couldensure a fair result.I predicted that music femaletaste may vary betweenboth genders. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12
2) Age?“How old are you?”Getting the audience togive me their age meantthat I could understandthe changes in music 15-18 19-24taste. I broke into 25-29groupings of 6 to make 30-35collating the data much 36-40simpler. I achieved at 40+least one person inevery category.
3) How often?“How often do you watch thriller films?”By asking this question, itallowed me to knowwhether my audience 12 10were likely to be able to 8identify conventions of 6thriller films. My data 4indicated that the 2majority of people do 0watch thriller films. Never A few times a year Once a month Weekly Everyday
4) Thriller preference?“Which do you prefer?”This question gave me anidea of what people mayexpect to see from their Action Thrillerfavourite genre. Giving the Pyschological Thrilleraudience 3 choices and Horror Thriller Otherthe option of adding an‘other’, furthered myresearch.
5) Violence?“Do you expect to see violence in a thriller film?”This question gives anin-sight into what the 18 16audience would expect 14 12and by expecting 10 8something, this also 6 4infers what they 2would prefer. 0 Yes No
6) Props?“Are there any particular props you expect to see ina thriller film?”This question also infers Bomba preference but will Ropeallow me to identify Dark clothingwhat props people Balaclavasassociate thrillers Knifeincluding. Gun 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
7) Enigmatic themes?“Which of the following themes do you find mostenigmatic?”This question was 5important because it 4.5allowed me to consider 4 3.5perhaps incorporating 3multiple themes in our 2.5 2thriller. I could also 1.5identify which of these 1 0.5had the best effect of 0building suspense. Stalking Murder Paranoia Gangs Revenge Terrorism