The way you writer horror with less blood an disgust is to notNow my question is: How do I write horror with less blood and disgust.
Try increasing the anticipation of each horrific moment at the point of impact such as a knifing scene cutaway to active blood splatter this will cause raise the value and demand for the utmost quality of Foley. Hopefully this helps. It will cause more creative work and imagination but it will hopefully accomplish your goal.So, I finished my characters and their obstacles (character arc). Now my question is: How do I write horror with less blood and disgust. I mean, I wanna watch a horror movie. I don’t wanna stay barfing in the corner. That’s very seldom in the horror genre. How do I do that?
H44s threads were always generating interest and responses...I disagree about locking this one for the reason I gave on the other thread about locking
If it's still generating interest and responses, the OP is pretty much beside the point.
This again goes against the " help out other members even if the original poster is long gone" policy. People may not be that eager to post their suggestion when they realize the guy is long gone.H44s threads were always generating interest and responses...
Oh now I have an idea. How about this.
Color code old threads!
Sometimes people see a bumped thread, they want to help a person, and they spend time writing out this long thoughtful response only to later find out that the OP hasnt been to the site for over a year. All because someone else bumped a thread.
But if these old threads had a slightly different look or color to them nobody would make that mistake.
Well from my experience and time here on indietalk one thing I am sure about .. the purpose of this site is not to waste peoples time.This again goes against the " help out other members even if the original poster is long gone" policy. People may not be that eager to post their suggestion when they realize the guy is long gone.