Horror

1.       examine its complete evolutionary cycle–Primitive, Classical, Revisionist, Parodic–illustrating these with examples of films, film technique, mise en scène, etc. be written exclusively in the third-person voice, double-spaced, 12-point font, and be five pages minimum.   employ no less than five sources, which will include films, as well as articles, textbooks, reference works, etc. have […]

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The Thing (1982) – Historical/ Reception Analysis

In his chapter ‘The Question of Genre in Cult Film and Fandom’, Matt Hills notes that ‘what requires study’ in each ‘instance is the extent to which any “cult” is actually designated a cult, by whom, and with what further cultural repercussions or appropriations’ (Hills, 2007, p.448).     This essay should trace the history of […]

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Bird Box Movie

1.   why it is Bird Box your favorite film. 2.  Talk about the interconnection between the aesthetic and the technical aspects of the film. This should include at least seven of the following: Editing, Film Structure, Cinematography, Lighting, Colors, Screenwriting, Special effects, Sound, and Music. 3.  will you see your favorite film Bird Box in […]

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We Were Soldiers

For your Midterm, you are going to choose one of your favorite movies to watch again for the upteenth time, but THIS time, you are going to watch it with a critical/analytical eye.  Ideally, you own your favorite movie! Your Midterm project will be to write a 2-3 page paper about your favorite film with […]

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The Made-for-TV Movie

find and watch a made for tv movie from the 80s or 70s. What movie did you choose? In what year was it shown? Why did you pick this one? Be honest. If it was suggested to you, great. If you picked the first one you could find, that’s ok too. Just fess up and […]

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 Alexander the Great (1956)

1. Name of the movie. 2. Date of release. 3. A brief rehearsal of the plot. 4. How does the movie begin and end? 5. What is the historical background against which the movie is portrayed? 6. Explain each element -Culture -Religion -Socio-economic conditions -Political structure 7. What does the movie teach about the events […]

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Media Comparison

1 page maximum, double-spaced, 1-inch margins, Times New Roman, 12-point font What book/comic book and show/movie are you going to be analyzing? Is it fiction or non-fiction? Who are the main characters and what are their roles? What aspects of criminal justice are going to be discussed? What are you interested in looking for in […]

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TV Studies Reflection Paper

Write a reflection (2-3 paragraphs). You may write a reflection of anything that comes to mind from watching “Ellen Show” (you can find it on internet, YouTube, etc.). You can use as many sources as you want. If you need a prompt, you may choose any (or a number) of these: -How does “Ellen” show […]

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Africa’s Witch Children

Instead of a worksheet for detailed notes, please submit a brief essay that responds to the prompts about the Africa’s Witch Children video: Must be detailed Where is the society discussed in the video? Describe the social conditions. What are the dominant religious beliefs in this society? What supernatural beliefs provide a foundation for witchcraft […]

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Ethical Dilemmas in Films

Your goal for this assignment is to apply ethical theories to a moral or ethical dilemma. You will identify a moral or ethical dilemma in society, identify ethical theories related to the societal issue, and examine how social actors attempt to resolve their ethical concerns. You will do this through a film review. Choose a […]

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