It Follows | The Known Unknown
In this video essay, Alpha-Alpaca-Pack takes a look at how David Robert Mitchell’s, It Follows subverts the common horror convention of creating long slow buildups punctuated by abrupt outbursts of violence, but still manages to sustain a sense of foreboding and dread throughout.
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