How to Make a Horror Film?


Start with your monster(s) by trolling through the house and cheap junk shops for potential costumes: an old mop, distressed camouflage clothing, a dented helmet. Use your imagination to turn them into things that go bump in the night. Broken tools
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1 Get a scary idea for the movie. But make it good so they won't suspect it coming. And when it comes, make it as scary as it can be. It could be more frightening if you HEAR noises
Just a few quick mentions, since I think I've answered a similar question already and don't want to be redundant: [REC] and [REC]2 are two Spanish horror films that I frequently mention
The Exorcist.
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