Thanks to the 1996 game-changing horror film, it became established that the genre is accustomed to playing by rules. Whether it''s through general rules of the time or franchise rules learned over the span of several chapters, you can''t see a cinematic world rooted in horror without developing some basic rules as to what works and what does.
The uncharted movie hasn''t gone much further than the visions of the movie, according to a few guidelines. Even this film, however, was required to keep the concept of absolute love for his mother firmly established. Another rule came from the way Jason handles combat situations and makes a lot of sense.
"And then [Kane Hodder] gives us an insight into why we didn''t even know existed; that is, you never see Jason get up. Because it''s awkward, and you never see him get up.'' And I was like, that''s fucking fantastic! I didn''t have a problem with that. Kane had kept the franchise alive for nine or ten years, and he had a right to make that call, I think.
Although conventional guidelines are required in filmmaking, these are simply enough practical. When we get to see another film in the future, let''s follow Hodder''s lead, yes?
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