Pt 2 of the final Project
By mburl98, Updated
I chose prompt number one. This shot is early on in the scheme of a film and is a pivotal point in the plot. It's also not supposed to necessarily be super scary, but instead like one of the "Scary Movie" films that spoof all of the horror genre. Those films spoof murderers and slashers, this one spoofs the recent abundance of supernatural-esque horror films. Note: I was limited by the software, but all shots of Savannah should be coming from over her head. Therein any "eyeline matches" from her perspective should be at an angles slightly above what she can really see.
The screen goes black as you see her twisting the knob. The audience hears a creaking sound and a very small sliver of light in the top right corner reveals that the camera is pointing up a staircase and towards the door Savannah is entering. The scene has a faint glow.
The camera stays still as Savannah descends the staircase. Just as she gets to the center of the frame, the scene cuts to a view of the basement. The C#-1 kicks back in as the camera pans left and right across the room. This pan lands on the an unidentified figure.
"Mother?" The camera stays still as the mother begins to stand up and cuts back to Savannah by the time she has turned half way, the audience still cannot see her face. Hard shadows are cast around the darkened figure. The background audio gets louder.
The camera cuts to a close up of Savannah's face. Her expression changes from confused to horrified in a matter of seconds and her pupils dialate even further. She's shot also in harsh key light as well. Additionally, in the background wind chimes at struck.
The camera then cuts back to an eyeline match of what Savannah is seeing. An additional satan-like priest is portrayed in this scene. "Try again..." He says with a smug smile. The music cues up with the slasher type of sound effects. *Screams* **Shot fades to black**
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