FMP MOVIE TRAILER AND POSTER IDEAS AND RESEARCH (Trailer Inspirations…
FMP MOVIE TRAILER AND POSTER IDEAS AND RESEARCH
Even though The 2016 film 'Blair Witch' was poorly received it has some positives though. Some of the shots from the film have given us inspiration as well as the setting.
The sound effects really set the pace of the trailer and add intensity to the trailer as a whole.
1 Minute 2 Seconds Looks like your with the character running through the forest.
1 Minute 9 Seconds The girl stuck underground.
This trailer tells you why the people want to go to the forest and shows what happens when they do.
The 'Cabin in the Woods' was a film that took all of horror's cliches and turned them on their head. The setting of the woods is our main inspiration for this film.
43 Seconds Shows you the setting of the film.
1 Minute 47 Seconds shows a close up that acts like he has hold of the camera. Shows fear in his face.
Once again another film set in the woods although this one is a paranormal thriller, which is quite similar to ours. A few shots from the movie have given us inspiration as well as the setting.
1 Minute 50 Seconds The killer blurred.
1 Minute 57 Seconds The killer behind the girl.
The sound effects in this thriller really adds intensity to the trailer.
The trailer tells you the reason she goes into the forest and then shows you what happens when she goes in so it shows you a bit about the storyline of the film.
This film is still set in the woods but this time it's about a monster hunting the campers. The horror situations that are caused by this are our main inspiration from this film.
Inspirational Shots- 38 Seconds a shot peering over a rock to give the feeling that someone is watching.
53 Seconds Showing an important part of the film in focus and the people walking past to add a stalking feeling.
2 Minutes a point of view shot to put the audience in the actors shoes.
The fast paced music and quick edited shots make the trailer dramatic and adds intensity.
Jigsaw isn't set in the woods at all but it's not the setting we're looking at this time. The traps used in the film are a big inspiration for the traps that the killer will use in our trailer.
The reason this sound is good is because for one of our scenes we might be near a river therefore we picked this noise to bring the river a bit more to life and the sounds of insects around it make it sound more realistic.
This is the sound of a screaming fox the reason this sound is good is because we need the woods to sound alive and sound like it has animals in so it actually sounds realistic.
The reason we like this sound is because the sound will go well for when something goes wrong and its just a deafening sound which will make the scene come across horrific.
This scene is inspirational due to it's setting, we are planning a shot that could trick the viewers into believing we are actually underground so this is great research.
The horror on display in this scene is brilliant and is really inspirational for our trailer. The low lighting and derelict setting make the viewer feel uneasy but it's the panic as they attempt to find their friend that really inspires us.
Whilst this scene is simple and short it's still effective, this is the kind of horror we want in our trailer. Short memorable shots with lots of tension.
This poster is rather simple but it's the edits that really make it eerie. The red sky and background make the viewer uneasy and tense, much like some of the scenes we've listed on this coggle.
This poster is the closest thing I could find to our poster idea. Our idea is a long shot of the woods with the two people stood in the middle. The editing made to the original colour is also similar to the edits we would make to ours.
The black and white elements accompanied by the upside down effect really makes the poster scary. It intrigues people passing by and excites fans of the series. Again whilst the photograph itself is rather simple the edits make it terrifying.
This is a bird chirping to bring bring the woods more to life.