Violence

Violence
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  • Violence is a characteristic in the Slasher Genre that allows the audience to see gruesome killings with extreme detail within the safety of their own homes.
  • Violence is often used against sexually active teenagers in an isolated location away from any source of help. This educates the audience that if your a teenager and have sex you will get killed. By isolating the teenagers it will cut off any hope of survival.
  • In the movie "Halloween" 1978 by John Carpenter the violence was very low compared to modern slasher films. This image is an example of the first killing where a girl gets strangled in her car.
  • Violence continued to evolve as seen in the movie "Friday the 13th" made in 1980 by Sean A Cunningham. This scene involved an arrow going through the neck of a teenage boy after having sex.
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