Love Actually Can Very Easily Be Turned Into a Horror Movie

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Horror filmmakers have been using certain editing tricks to make their movies as frightening as possible for decades. From green coloring to tilted camera angles to loud jump scares, horror clichés are so effective that it seems like we could take any old scene in, say, a rom-com, and turn it into a genuinely scary short thriller. Enter Love Actually’s creepy sign scene …

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Love Actually Can Very Easily Be Turned Into a Horror Movie

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