Feb 17, 2005 08:59 AM #17
You have to remember to that because of file sharing these movies can be seen but anyone, any age downloaded pretty much at anytime so movies can't be too harsh.
Feb 17, 2005 09:13 AM #18
Heaven forbid there actually be a movie worthy of a R rating due to violence. More so in Horror. I think they're just trying to milk this "cash cow" as much as possible, and not getting much if you ask me.
Feb 17, 2005 11:30 AM #19
i think its become much more difficult to scare modern audiences. what i see now is a lot of shock value, not real terror. i cant remember the last time was really scared in the theater.
The end is important in all things.
Feb 17, 2005 01:30 PM #20
You've definatly got a point there. I think the more modern and mature society grows, superstitions seem to fade away, kinda sad really, cuz I don't think I've ever been scared in a movie theatre.
Feb 17, 2005 02:24 PM #21
Exactly. They don't know how to scare people so they try and shock them instead. The problem with going for the 'shock' scare is that the more you see the more desensitized you become. They have to keep uping the ante just to get the same affect. If they really scared you (suspense) it wouldn't be temporary.
Originally Posted by FallenOne
The scariest movie I saw growing up was 'Watcher In The Woods'. Everytime they cut the background music I would crawl under my seat because I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT WAS COMMING! I never got that stomach dropping chill from 'Something Wicked This Way Comes'.
Feb 18, 2005 01:21 PM #22
Feb 18, 2005 06:37 PM #23
I don't think anyone can really get scared of a movie unless they had one of those interactive movies where you feel the environment around you, kinda like those disney 3D movies in DisneyWorld.
Feb 19, 2005 05:54 AM #24
Maybe it contains some kind of a "hard to understand for kids" things. Like killers, ghosts, adult materials and stuffs. Kids 13 above can understand some of those I think..lol.. Or maybe its just about money.