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As you explore decaying rooms in search of riches, an eerie wail shudders through the dead air and fills your heart with horror. And the chase begins.
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By Joseph Delaney. Anthology delivers series of short, sharp shocks. By April Genevieve Tucholke. Tales of the Peculiar. Gore, sweetness in kids' tales from Miss Peregrine's world. It begins with a girl becoming possessed by Christianity's most powerful demon and ends with a Catholic priest performing an exorcism. In Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby we see witches arranging the birth of a very special demon, and in The Omen we see a powerful demon possess the body of a young boy.
It has a religious theme but it's a psychological horror movie because the supernatural elements arise from a mental illness. The Shining is based on a horror story by the American writer Steven King, as is 's Misery in which a mentally-ill nurse terrorizes one of her favourite writers after finding him injured in a car accident. People who do terrible things without feeling pity or shame are called psychopaths.
Not many psychopaths are as bad as the polite and pretty little eight-year-old girl in 's The Bad Seed , or as cruel and crazy as the teenage psychopath who terrorizes his family in 's We Need to Talk About Kevin. But the most famous film about a psychopath is Alfred Hitchcock's horror masterpiece Psycho.
Hitchcock is widely-regarded as one of cinema's greatest directors, and studying the shots , the editing , the sound effects and the music in the shower scene from Psycho can help us understand why. At first we hear the gentle sound of running water as a woman takes a shower in a motel bathroom. Then a shot filmed from in front of the woman shows a shadowy figure sneaking up behind her - a classic horror movie angle. Suddenly we see the curtain torn open and hear violins screaming as the killer attacks her with a knife.
Over thirty quick close-ups draw us into the scene; close-ups of the knife cut to close-ups of the woman as she fights her killer off, and close-ups of her hand pulling the shower curtain down are edited together with shots of her slowly sliding down the wall as she dies. The music stops and we hear the sound of running water once again as her blood drains away and the camera pans back from a lifeless eye.
The psychopath in Psycho is a serial killer who murdered many victims before attacking the woman in the shower. In 's Saw we see a clever psychopath playing deadly games with his terrified victims, and in American Psycho we see a crazy young New York banker killing his victims "for fun". Many horror movie fans love slasher films in which extremely violent psychotic killers use weapons like axes, knives, hammers and chainsaws.