John Carpenter

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  • Michael Myers The Monstrosity Of Humans

    and enthusiastic control happens. The research additionally found that insane people have less action in the territory of the mind that procedures compassion. John Carpenter the director of Halloween 1 describes Michael Myers as part man and part supernatural. An evil force that can’t die. Carpenter 's motivation for the "wicked" that Michael would epitomize came when he attended school. While on a class trip at a mental establishment in Kentucky, Carpenter went to "the most genuine, rationally sick patients. Among those patients there stood a young man around the age of twelve to thirteen years old. The kid gave this "schizophrenic gaze", "a genuine shrewdness gaze", which Carpenter discovered "unsettling", "frightening", and "totally crazy". Carpenter 's experience would rouse the portrayal that Loomis would give of Michael to Sheriff Brackett in the Halloween 1 film. The closure scene of Michael getting shot six times, and vanishing. Supposedly had intended to unnerve the creative ability of the group of onlookers. Carpenter attempted to keep the gathering of people speculating as to who Michael Myers truly seems to be. Michaels gone, and he will return again for his unpleasant murder game; Michael displays himself as more than a human; he might occur powerful, and nobody knows how he arrived in such a state. To Carpenter, keeping the audience of people speculating became better than clarifying who the Michael Myers really is. No new information obtained on how he became a…

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  • Insanity In One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

    The novel One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest tells the story of a mental institution and the people and events inside of it. More specifically, it tells the story of a man and his journey to sanity, as well as of the people who help him progress. It is only when a new patient, McMurphy, arrives in the ward that the main character, Chief Bromden, truly begins to progress toward sanity. In the novel One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey, Chief Bromden goes through several stages while…

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  • The Thing Theme

    John Carpenters ’s 1982 horror film, The Thing was made as a premise for social commentary on the deterioration of humanity, warning society of the devastating potential of thinking as individuals in isolation rather than a collective. These themes are accentuated through the use of an alien specimen that enters the world of American male scientists based in Antarctica. The alien (or “Thing”) infects living organisms and attempts to take over the human race by ‘imitating’ them, leaving the men…

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  • Three Alien Horror Movies

    Although I didn’t take much advantage of being able to see movies for free, during the seven months I worked at a movie theater, I’ve spent countless hours surfing Netflix. Some of my favorite genres are suspense, thriller, and horror. One specific type of movie I like is alien horror, so I’ve decided to review my top 3 alien horror movies. The aliens have so much room for interesting design, and means of being scary, these movies can be very diverse. Often times, these movies are set in space,…

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  • Absurdity In One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest Essay

    The Importance of Absurdity Our capacity to differentiate right from wrong in this world makes up a large part of who we are. Whenever we criticize the aspects of our lives, we assert ourselves, our ideas, and everything we have experienced and endured. Our ability to hold the world up to our standards lends us a feeling of power and control over our lives, giving us our pride and credibility as individuals, but when it is taken away from us, it renders us feeble, fearful, and helpless to…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Anorexia Nervosa

    I remember the day my eight-year old sister came to me asking me how much a girl her age should weigh. At the time, I was only nine and thought her question was odd, but went along with my day. The next few months my sister began dieting and exercising and continued to reach and reset her weight goal. It quickly spiraled out of control and within weeks was diagnosed with anorexia and hospitalized. Looking back, it still astonishes me that someone that young could feel the need to lose weight…

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  • Jd Salinger Influences

    J.D. Salinger: Influential American Writer “An artist 's only concern is to shoot for some kind of perfection, and on his own terms, not anyone else 's” (Salinger 198). JD Salinger was an extremely influential writer in the 20th Century. Though he did not write many works, he is still a very well known author in American Literature. He is mainly known for The Catcher and the Rye. There is a strong relationship between his life and his literature, and there are many connections between the two.…

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  • John Steinbeck Biography Essay

    I. Biography Born on February 27, 1902 in Salinas, California, John Ernst Steinbeck, Jr. grew up with three sisters and a love for words that grew with age. When Steinbeck turned nine, his aunt gave him Le Morte d’Arthur, by Thomas Malory and Steinbeck commented “‘When I first read it, I must have been already enamored of words because the old and obsolete words delighted me,’”. Steinbeck wrote for his high school newspaper and had decided he would be a writer when he claimed…

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  • Luke's Gospels: Similarities And Differences

    With just one book missing our view and understanding of Jesus would shift. Matthew holds important details of Jesus ancestry. Mark makes heavy note that Jesus is the Son of God, and Luke places emphasis on Jesus being the great physician. They John explains what is to be done with the knowledge gained about Jesus. C. Kavin Rowe sums it up nicely “the differences in the Gospels are not a problem. Instead, they are a rich reflection of the way in which the Bible mediates God’s redeeming presence…

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  • Introspection Of Jesus

    Whether collectively or separately, many of the same types of relations apply, but there is something to be said for a one-on-one relationship with someone. The Bible relays symbolic terms to distinguish a person’s relationship with Jesus. Lord, which is synonymous with master, implies that there is one greater than themselves that they obey, but not under harsh conditions. The Gospel of Matthew addressed this concept via Jesus’ words, “’No one can serve two masters…” (Matthew 6:24), making this…

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