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As children most of us have a fear of the dark, at one point or anothe ...
People have enjoyed a state of fear since a long time ago, but only the appearance of the cinema made the depiction of fear as real and graphical as real life can be.
The fact of knowing that the events could be real attract millions of people, and keep the industy growing.
Numerous people spend countless hours perfecting the art of terror for our amusement.
My little brother, niece, nephew, and cousins always want to watch scary movies too.
This made me wonder, what makes people want to watch scary movies? Maybe many of us wonder if it is real, or if it could ever happen? Could it have been from a personal experience, something he/she heard of, or just something that came out of his/her imagination?
I know that I've started to question a lot of things after watching a scary movie.
And to this day Mary Shellys Frankenstein and Bram Stokers Dracula are continuously being recreated.
They all have been based off of something that has already happened or a previous movie.
Society has paid to be entertained by these gruesome stories that we all truly fear.
In addition to this, people seem to be showing a tendency to love to be afraid.
The regularity with which public consciousness creates new and new global scarecrows, like annual deadly pandemics and ends of the world, global warming, Large Hadron Collider and so on, shows that humankind is simply bored and wants to create distractions.