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August 29, 2013 – 01:24

▲ Dad loves his daughter turned into a horror film horror pictures. (Figure / Cinema Fanpage)

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Many people have a child listening to Guigu not sleep afterwards to experience fear, afraid of the devil himself arrested suddenly ran out. U.S. a night with four daughters photographer storyteller, he suddenly had an idea, to the classic theme of childhood fears, the two daughters incarnation of horror movies where the protagonist will look fear in children presented with the lens, shooting range Explore the horror stories nature works.

40-year-old photographer Ya Huofen (Joshua Hoffine) quite love horror movies, in order to shoot a picture of horror picture, he created several classic scary scenes, including the luminous eyes toward the wolf girl, Satan suddenly from the floor to take out, as well as the huge bed backhoes, late at night when the children of the devil imagine vividly reflected in the photographs.

These photos circulating on the Internet subject to much discussion, some netizens praising the work does have an atmosphere of terror, but it was also criticized his approach is too over, you should not let his daughter took this photo, and even sent threatening letters to him. Ya Huofen explained, two daughters be treated as the protagonist, but the shooting was not scared the moment, "she only willing to show about a minute's time, I baked cookies starting to coax her."

Ya Huofen on "terror" is very emotional frenzy, that it is far more than mere entertainment, "I believe that the ultimate concern is the horror stories of death and feel a sense of impending crisis sex, as well as the uncertainty of our existence." In his own website means "terror tells us that sometimes false sense of security, " monster "exists around."


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I see horror films as more blood and guts, while some psychological thrillers or suspense films can be more scary. as you can see most of my films are from a while ago, when I was a kid and the films were just old enough to be shown on tv. mostly just documentaries will scare me now.
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For one. Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Mummy, Lon Chaney's Phantom of the Opera, Nosferatu. One fairly recent film and the others, silent and early classics. The modern films really cannot compare to the old ones, as a rule. I like horror films with "Satan" as a subject matter because the little red devil scares everyone, excepting atheists.

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