Thursday, December 27, 2007

Anak Pontianak/Episod 10: Buku Teladan/27 Dec 07

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Friday, October 26, 2007

Anak Pontianak/Episod 1: Waris Terpilih/25 Okt 07

This is a story about Samira or Mia, a very shy and obedient girl who inherited her great-grandmother's powers. She studies at a boarding school called Kolej Tunku Sulun (KTS) for about 2 years. She frequently went missing at night and was later found in the wood unconscious. Mia herself couldn’t remember where she went. The situation went on for a few times and cause disturbance to her parents and the school management. They decided to transfer Mia to a new school where it would be safe for her but Mia refused to go. She wanted to continue her studies there. From there onwards, they realizes that Mia's attitude has changed. Year to year she bloomed into a beautiful teenager full of confidence. She always like to sing a mysterious melody, which nobody know from where she gets it. Only Mia knows where she has heard the mysterious melody and why she frequently went into the woods. It was in the forest where she was being prepared for a very important role. Five months after her graduation and on her 18th birthday, Mia was told that she has inherited all of her great ancestor's powers. Now she has to face with all of her enemies who crave for her powers. The only way for them to get her powers was to kill her.

Cast: Atie, Maya Karin, Nanu Baharudin, Ida Nerina
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Horror film

Horror movies are films that strive to elicit fear, anxiety, terror or horror audience. In the horror movie plots, evil forces, events, or characters, sometimes of supernatural origin, intrude into the everyday world. Horror movies in general is also a central villain. Early horror films often drew inspiration from characters and stories from classic literature, such as Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Wolf Man, Phantom of the Opera and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Later horror films, on the contrary, often the inspiration from the uncertainties of life after the Second World War, and the three different but related sub-genres: the horror of personality film, the horror of Armageddon film, and the horror-of-the-demonic film. The last sub-genre can be seen as a modernized transition of the earliest horror films, to expand its emphasis on supernatural agents, the horrors of the world.

Horror films have been criticized for its graphic violence and dismissed as a low-budget B-movies and exploitation films. Nevertheless, all major studios and many respected directors, including Alfred Hitchcock, Roman Polanski, Stanley Kubrick and Francis Ford Coppola, have forays into the genre. The famous Hindi film director and producer Ram Gopal Varma has experimented with several horror films, including Raat (The Night) (1992), Darna Mana Hai (Being Afraid is not allowed) (2003) and Darna Zaroori Hai (Being Afraid is necessary) (2006). Serious critics have analyzed horror films through the prism of genetic theory and the auteur theory of film. Some horror films include elements of other genres, such as Science Fiction, Fantasy, mockumentary, black comedy and thriller. Many horror films are in the public sector (such as The Little Shop of Horrors, Night of the Living Dead, The Terror, Suspiria, embryos)

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