Ep.39 Haunted Houses and the Late Lamented Shed

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Ep.39 Haunted Houses and the Late Lamented Shed

Post by KeeperAntUK » Thu Jul 16, 2015 1:34 pm

Hi guys,

I've been delving into your back catalogue once again.

As you can probably tell, I am not going through in order. I basically pick ones that fit with the length of the run I'm doing :)

Some really good info about haunted houses/locations in this ep. Lots of good ideas and plot seeds to be had.

One thought on the subject.

One of my fave films that in no way appears to be a Haunted House at first glance, but is actually an almost classic Haunted House story, is Alien. The isolation, the antagonist moving through the locations in a manner not usually expected. Even a possession of sorts.

The Nostromo takes on an atmosphere (Excuse pun) very alike that of a classic location. The tension and pacing is almost identical.

I guess many other locations have been used; boats, submarines, railway stations. The list goes on.

Damn! You're making me think !

Anthony 8-)

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Re: Ep.39 Haunted Houses and the Late Lamented Shed

Post by Paul Fricker » Fri Jul 17, 2015 12:02 am

Oh that's an interesting point that I hadn't considered. May also be just what I need for a scenario I'm working on!
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Re: Ep.39 Haunted Houses and the Late Lamented Shed

Post by Tore » Sun Jul 19, 2015 12:09 pm

A twist could be to have the haunted place be somewhere lots of people come and go.
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