Bone-on-bone arthritis in my hands and my family’s Dupuytren’s Contractures, a condition that draws the fingers into the palms, will curtail my ability to type and, thus, my writing.
It was a startling bang, more like a simultaneous crack and thud. Since we live near a military installation, the percussive rumble of bombs dropping is a constant, and out here in the country, many of our neighbors target-practice with firearms. The sound shouldn’t have alarmed me the way it did, but its distinct natureContinue reading “Feel The Chill: Decapitated”
When moviemakers create suspense and horror, the setting is essential, and non-linear sounds, such as the distress calls of wild animals or babies crying, pack a real punch. When paired with an equally scary visual, the audience suffers even more heart-racing adrenaline. Add interactive seating, and our minds truly Feel The Chill.