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    Hypersexuality in Horror Movies

    A paper that examines the psychological aspects of hypersexuality’s presence in horror movies, and a historical timeline of its escalation.

    • This sounds like an extremely interesting article and I hope you go forward with it! It will definitely take a lot of dense research regarding information and studies on the psychological effects of hypersexuality in horror films but I think you have a wonderful, intriguing idea to jump off from! I can't wait to read what you come up with as I think this is a very important topic. – leahw 4 years ago
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    • This can certainly prove to be a new horror era if really done well, but what you have to make sure that you write in manner that one reading it can still relate it to a horror movie and not a porn. – EmilyWrites 4 years ago
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    I like this piece, but I will say that I enjoy a nicely done trailer. Lots of bombastic, 3-minute movies are making a strong case for a movie that the studio needs to do well, and so they dress up a pig and call it a princess.

    Time to Trim Trailers? The Death of Surprise in Modern Hollywood

    I feel like too many are putting in their viewpoint rather than commenting on the piece itself. This was well-researched, and I enjoyed your views on biopics as original films.

    "Original" Films in Hollywood: Deconstructing the Backlash Against American Cinema

    A nicely focused paper that is able to take a fresh take on Shakespeare in film by looking at the film in itself, without layering it with reference to the stage, history, or even previous film adaptations.

    Kurzel's Macbeth: Aesthetics of a War Drama