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Demonic Possession Case Study: The Real Exorcist

July 26, 2013 12:00 pm4 comments
Demonic Possession Case Study: The Real Exorcist

There are countless horror films out there that deal with cases of demonic possession, but none do so quite so well as “The Exorcist” directed by William Friedkin and based on the book by William Peter Blatty. The film had audiences across the world recoiling in terror as they watched […]

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Five Factors Of Horror

February 16, 2013 1:16 pm0 comments
Five Factors Of Horror

Following my previous post surrounding the psychology of horror, entitled ‘The Horrific Psychology’. (If you haven’t read it yet – go now! What are you waiting for?) For years, directors have tried to captivate their audience with an essence of enthusiasm and an excess of emotional feed. Not many people […]

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The Horrific Psychology – Interview With Mike Battista

December 14, 2012 12:09 pm0 comments
The Horrific Psychology – Interview With Mike Battista

There’s always been one question that’s got me wondering. Today, I am on a journey of discovery to seek the answer! Ever since I was young I’ve paid significant attention to the horror genre of cinema. It’s left me wondering: why do we scream at every little unpredictable moment on […]

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