Monday, 10 February 2014

It tells the story of a wealthy investment banker who is given a mysterious gift: participation in a game that integrates in strange ways with his everyday life. As the lines between the banker's real life and the game become more uncertain, hints of a large conspiracy become apparent. I enjoyed this film very much, as it is one that keeps you on your feet all the way through as you try to understand what is going on to the main protagonist Nicholas Van Orton "Michael Douglas". It is not till the very end that all is revealed to the viewer. And for that this is a very good Psychological thriller as it keeps the audience glued to the film to want to know what is actualy happening.

Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Shutter Island is a 2010 American psychological thriller film directed by Martin Scorsese. The film is based on Dennis Lehane's 2003 novel of the same tile. But the film itself is one of sitting on the edge of the seat, as it captivates the audience, as you want to find out more of the story as it goes on. There are moments through out the film that makes the audience question everything they see, as nothing is what it seems. So the use of enigma codes, are used to great extent in this film. So for that reason my film will contain enigma codes, so that the audience is always trying to second guess the film, but it will contain some action codes at the same time.
These are the two logos, that Chris Sykes has designed, to put in our opening sequence. But these are not our final ideas and we will continue to design more logos, until we find a design that we like and suits that genre type.
This is the film Se7en, and here is a short summary: Taking place in a nameless city, Se7en follows the story of two homicide detectives tracking down a sadistic serial killer who chooses his victims according to the seven deadly sins. Brad Pitt stars as Detective David Mills, a hopeful but naive rookie who finds himself partnered with veteran Detective William Somerset (Morgan Freeman). Together they trace the killers every step, witnessing the aftermath of his horrific crimes one by one as the victims pile up in rapid succession, all the while moving closer to a gruesome fate neither of them could have predicted. I watched this film the other day, And I thought that it was gut wrenching and that the filmmakers stick to their vision with such dedication and persistence that something indelible comes across-something ethically and artistically superior to 'The Silence of the Lambs' that refuses to exploit suffering for fun or entertainment.
These are all the results from, the questions we have asked people, to help us with what type of film I will be making. And all of this have had an effect on the choices I've made. Like that I will be making a film opening for a Horror movie. But it will be psychological thriller, and to get a feel for that genre of films, I have watched films like: Seven, The Cabin In The Wood, Shutter Island. All of these films have now helped me of how and what I want My film opening to be like.