If that was me, I would do this or do that, or now I know what not to do if I ever get in that type of situation.
Stephen King may be right when it comes to some as to why they crave horror movies.
Came from EFred & George: A Short Character Analysis Right, so first off I'm a big fan of the twins: both twins, not just Fred. Keep in mind this is just my own opinion based on what I've read in books 1-7.
I've always appreciated both as separate characters and I've never really understood how so many people never picked up on their differences. In the first place it's important to know and understand the twins' differences, especially if you're writing a story that puts particular focus on them.
To let loose and express the emotions that are considered wrong.
Which is absolutely true because if we didn’t, we would all be frowned upon and marked crazy.We are controlled by love, friendship, loyalty, and kindness. “It was Lennon and Mc Cartney who said that all you need is love, and I would agree with that.As King said, “When we exhibit these emotions, society showers us with positive reinforcement…” True. “It deliberately appeals to all that is worst in us.” as King says. Its like lifting a trap door and throwing raw meat down to the hungry alligators swimming underneath the surface. As long as you keep the gators fed.” as King states when he finishes his essay, and I agree completely with what he says.He also states that people who have hysterical fears, make scary faces when no one’s watching, or talks to themselves fall under the same category.First, not everyone likes or craves horror movies or thrill rides. And not only that, but even if a person does fall under one of the categories that he mentioned doesn’t mean a person’s mentality should be questioned.So true it makes most of us go mad, that when we do something wrong to somebody who deserved because they did worse, we are yelled at, and receive a punishment while to person you hurt smirks from the sidelines; and then you become angry again. It lets our most buried instincts free, and our ugliest imaginations out. Although King is making fun of the audience, he states his point that we are all mentally ill, and that is the reason we humans watch horror films and scary movies. As King says, while we share a brotherhood of man, we also share an insanity, an insanity that lets us watch horror movies and brings a thrill and a scream out of us all.We do this for normality, to show that we can, that we can “..this roller coaster.”(1) as King says. Because who in their right mind would want to sleep with the all the lights on and check under their bed for monsters after a movie, right?It is as King states, “..matter how far we may be removed from the beauty of a Robert Redford or Diana Ross, we are still light-years away from true ugliness.”(1).The message here is no matter how ‘ugly’ or ‘bad’ one may be, that person still isn’t as ‘ugly’ as the characters and monsters in horror films.Stephen King has a mind of his own when it comes to his views on why we crave horror movies.He feels that all people are mentally ill and and have a dark side.