Analysis Rough Draft (2).pdf - 1 Martha Salazar Professor O\u2019Sullivan English 2 17 February 2020 Analysis of Cult of Chucky There comes a point in our

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1 Martha Salazar Professor O’Sullivan English 2 17 February 2020 Analysis of Cult of Chucky There comes a point in our life where we encounter fear. Usually, this first encounter happens to most of us at a very young age. This encounter comes in many forms. The earliest memory I have of being scared is back when I was around the age of five, my mom would tell us scary stories when we failed to listen to her. I can remember being scared of going outside to take the garbage out because of the fear of seeing one of the characters in the stories my mom would tell. My second encounter with fear was when I was exposed to scary movies with my family. The movie that made me the most uncomfortable growing up was Chucky. Up until today, this movie causes discomfort in me. I will be analyzing and talking about is the Cult of Chucky that came out three years ago in 2017. More specifically I will be analyzing the different ways in which this film evokes fear to the viewer. According to Stephen King, a well known American author, there are three key components to successfully cause fear in someone. Stephen King has what is known as the three levels of horror. These levels are where the fear is slowly building up. The first level is the “Gross-Out” part of the horror. This level includes an effect on the viewer that causes them to feel uneasy and disgusted. Some examples of scenes that cause may cause this effect on the viewer are scenes that display blood. The second level of horror is, ironically, known as “The Horror”. This level is where the unpleasant visuals that are hard for the mind to grasp take over.
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  • Spring '17
  • Ilyssa Russ
  • It, Horror and terror, Horror film, Chucky, Child's Play

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