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  • thes scares are starting to get stale.

  • Hey, everyone, I'm Rebecca Unwelcome to watch Mojo.

  • Today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 horror movie trailer cliches.

  • What are we gonna do?

  • We don't have a car, phones are dead and they're still in here.

  • Ready to do that means we're looking at the most overused tropes and scenes in horror movie previews.

  • And because we will be discussing some plot details, a spooky spoiler alert is now in effect.

  • All right, let's get to the list.

  • Number 10 Pretending to be a different Jara horror movie Trailers love to lure us in with a false sense of security.

  • Thes previews often initially present their movies is wrong, calms coming of age tails or family friendly pictures before introducing a sinister twist.

  • But four audiences this one's compelling gimmick has grown stale.

  • You want cereal, please get a room.

  • Most of the time, the title gives it away.

  • When we click a trailer called Friday the 13th a resident evil we know their horror flicks in Even when trailers for Red I almost convince us the movie's a romcom were more likely to feel frustrated than charmed when they do reveal the actual nature of the film.

  • It's time taking.

  • No, it's all yours.

  • So you headed home?

  • Yeah, just be honest with us and we'll buy a ticket.

  • Tell the flight attendant and your dad dies.

  • How can I do for you?

  • She's just had a really rough number.

  • Nine.

  • Invisible forces dragging victims If dragging people were an Olympic sport, supernatural beings would take the gold every year.

  • Whatever horror films want tell audiences that goes through demons or tormenting people, a character is pulled away by an invisible force.

  • Victims are usually dragged in a straight line while conveniently looking at the camera.

  • While the innocents always try to grab onto something, they rarely succeed in doing anything but scratching the floor.

  • The paranormal Activity franchise loves this trope so much it's become something of a trailer staple theme.

  • But seeing people getting dragged away isn't a scary as it once was.

  • He's overdone.

  • Scenes just proved that the studio had enough money to put actors on wires.

  • Number eight, including a shower and or bathtub scene psycho shower sequence, is one of the most iconic horror scenes of all time.

  • So it makes sense that other films would want an unsettling bathroom scene in their trailers.

  • But instead of trying to innovate, many horror movies just plunk a female character in the shower or bath, tub and collar.

  • Today, while we're sure these scenes are critical to the plot, their lack of originality makes them feel like excuses to get actors to strip down films like a Nightmare on Elm Street and The Grudge provide memorable and creative examples on how to utilize the vulnerability of the bathroom setting.

  • But they're the exceptions.

  • If you're gonna make your character stripped down, at least try to break new ground number seven, drenching the trailer in darkness.

  • Darkness is an essential element of most horror.

  • Trailers shouldn't be in here, but it should still be used in moderation.

  • When a scene is too dark, it just becomes hard to see.

  • The scares found footage.

  • Films are often the worst offenders of this cliche.

  • Between the low lighting, shaky cam and green tint, it could become nearly impossible for us to see anything.

  • If horror directors are worried that making their scenes brighter will ruin the film, they should look at the Midsomer, our trailer way only do this every 90 years.

  • Although most of the scenes take place in the sun, the preview is still terrifying.

  • While we don't need every horror trailer to step fully into the light, we'd appreciate it if they didn't rely entirely on darkness, either Number six over using a sound effect for suspense, it feels like every second whore trailer has a creepy narrator.

  • People who need help with matters that can't be explained Come to me.

  • These hauntings can be terrifying things.

  • Although listening to those voiceovers is getting old, it's not the worst thing we're hearing.

  • In order to build suspense, studios will repeat the same sound effect over and over again.

  • Buddy could connect to and control Chucky is a tour will be subjected to anything from loud horns blaring two drums being banged repeatedly during the course of a two minute trailer.

  • While the sound effect may be jarring when it's first introduced, it loses its effect.

  • The more times we hear it, something is happening that we can't understand.

  • I'm concerned about your girl.

  • If you have a really creepy sound, use it sparingly.

  • The less is more approach will actually do a better job of building the tension for your movie.

  • Plus, our ears will thank you.

  • How long have you two been together?

  • Just over three and 1/2 years.

  • Four years?

  • Really.

  • Number five.

  • Making a creepy version of a popular song.

  • There are plenty of dark and McCobb songs out there.

  • But instead of relying on tracks that are already dark, movie studios love finding popular songs, slowing them down and putting them into trailers.

  • Although a lighter or poppy song becoming grim is supposed to be creepy, it often sounds ridiculous.

  • Over the years, slower versions of Smells Like Teen Spirit and Every Breath You Take have both failed to put Fear into our hearts.

  • But the use of Ariana Grande seven rings for the already ridiculous Fantasy Island reboot has pushed this trend a step too far way.

  • If we can hear a song at a club, it probably shouldn't be in our horror.

  • Trailer number four.

  • Showing Us the Final Girl in horror films, The Final Girl is the female protagonist that survives to fight the killer one on one.

  • During the film's climax.

  • Theo, part of the excitement intention of watching a scary movie comes from seeing which of the cast members will live to fill this role?

  • Unfortunately, trailers often spoil the surprise.

  • If one woman keeps appearing solo throughout the trailer, it's a big hint that she's the final girl, especially true if she's played by a more recognizable actress.

  • They know where we are way need to move and keep moving.

  • And if that same woman is seen covered in blood while holding a weapon, she's definitely the final girl.

  • While revealing the final Girl isn't a death sentence showing us, the survivor does diminish the tension of the film's bloody conclusion.

  • Number three Fast in Flashy Smash Cuts A smash cut is an editing technique that can catch our eye with its speed and flashing nature.

  • Unfortunately, poor movie trailers tend to over use this technique.

  • Instead of cutting to a few select moments, there will be more than a dozen second long smash cuts in a row.

  • We've complained about seeing too much of the movie if the images weren't flashing by at the speed of light.

  • The scenes are thrown at us so fast that we can't tell what's happening to who at any given moment, horror studios need to remember that less is more.

  • While adding a few smash cuts is fun, using too many will leave us confused and a bit nauseous.

  • Dangerous?

  • You're a dangerous girl.

  • Number two spoiling the entire plot.

  • No one likes spoilers, So why did we get so many in horror trailers you in there?

  • It's bad enough that studios often spoil which characters bite the dust.

  • But many horror trailers have gone further and revealed major story beats and plot twists.

  • This trend has gotten so bad that a few movies have literally given away their endings during their previews.

  • Quarantine, Paranormal Activity and the original Carrie are just a few movies that completely spoiled their plots in the Trailers way.

  • Understand that it's tempting to use the biggest scares to sell audiences on the movie, but they're usually tied to major Story reveals.

  • We'd much prefer an atmospheric trailer that's light on big scares.

  • Rather than be disappointed in theaters, this list is reminding me of so many horror trailers it hurts, and our number one is the most obvious.

  • Please stop doing that movie studios, unless you come up with some like new, unique way to do it anyway, what am I talking about?

  • Let's get through Cem dishonorable mentions, and then we'll see our number one most overused horror movie trailer cliche.

  • You are you calling my name abandoned?

  • Sit to the world of the dead.

  • You will be able to speak to your son.

  • But no matter what you do, you must not open the door before we continue.

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  • Number 10 look a jump scare.

  • Can you remember a time when every horror movie trailer didn't have at least one cheap jump scare us either on and as a result, this scary trope has become extremely predictable.

  • Any time we see a character look under the bed, look into a mirror or step into a dark room, we're just counting down the seconds until something pops out to scare us.

  • Sure, it's the quickest way to get a viewer's heart racing, but the effect is short lived.

  • If we're really unlucky will get multiple jump scares in the same trailer.

  • There are better ways to frighten audiences.

  • We wish horror studios would stop relying on this heart attack inducing technique and give us well thought out and unique scares.

  • Instead, I just wanted to reiterate that these are trailer tropes and we're not necessarily calling out the use of jump scares.

  • For example, in the movie in general, so are you tired of seeing jump scares in horror movie trailers?

  • If not, what are you tired of seeing?

  • Come tell me in the comments or talk to me on my YouTube channel or on Twitter or Instagram at Record Britain also, please watch this other video.

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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