By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire October 28, 2013 at 10:34AM
Gearing up for Halloween, it's the perfect time to study the anatomy of a scary film and what it is that makes us afraid. Is it the creepy music, the realistic (or not-so-realistic) special effects or the guts and gore? Perhaps all of the above? The team at Wish.co.uk has created an infographic that dives into "The Anatomy of a Scary Film," analyzing everything from soundtrack creation to camera angles, from scare tactics to the physiological reactions of watching a scary movie. The infographic also charts the evolution of scary films over the years.
There are also tips on how to make your own low-budget horror film.
Check out the infographic below: