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    How Horror Works So Well in Sinister and not in Sinister 2

    Analyze how the direction in the first film succeeded tremendously in terms of both narrative, complexion, and horror. How did the second film in the franchise fail to live up to these expectations?

    • Sequels need to add on to the original, Sinister 2 was much of the same. – mkparker 4 years ago
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    • Although viewers expected something similar to Sinister, they did not expect almost exactly the same. Sinister 2 failed to add anything onto the concept of the child-hunting ghoul. The only thing that was different was the family that was experiencing the haunting. I think the audience was excited for something new to be added onto the story, more information/background to be revealed, or an entirely new story line similar to The Conjuring, The Conjuring 2, and Annabelle. – Marina 4 years ago
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    I personally believe Ward’s arc has faltered and continuously gets worse the more he is involved in the show. There are many new characters now to delve into. Leave Agent Ward in the past.

    Agents of SHIELD and Anti-Heroes: In Defense of Grant Douglas Ward

    Imprisonment in general opens up numerous possibilities for a variety of villains. Obviously, they can all later break out when the writers wish to reintroduce them, but they can also change sides, develop new ideologies and perspectives, and team up with others that are incarcerated with them.

    What Should Happen To Captured Super Villains?

    Great article! Recently revisited Dr. Caligari and could not agree more that it is the subtle, less over-the-top scares that prove to be truly effective. Those are the scares that hang around in spectator’s heads long after they watch a film.

    Vague Horror: The Scariest Kind of Horror