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  Before you listen Exercise 01 Match the words in the table to their definitions. a). Gory b). Hardware store c). Loads of d). On my own e). scary f). sinister g). slasher film h). Special effects i). Supplies  j). Surrounded by k). Tense l). Trapped 1. Alone, with nobody else 2. Unusual pieces of film action created with particular equipment 3. Frightening 4. A lot of (informal) 5. All around something 6. Food or other things necessary for living 7. Shop selling materials and equipment for the house or garden 8. Unable to move or escape from a place 9. A film in which people, in particular young women, are killed very violently with knives 10. Involving blood and violence 11. Filled with suspense 12. Something which is very bad and evil Transcript I want to talk about horror films and why I like them and what my favourite types are. When I was young, I 1)…………. the classic horror films like 'Nightmare On Elm Street' and 'Friday The 13th'. My 2) ……. told me that when I was about six, she came 3)……………. in the middle of the night because there was a noise, and it was me watching 'The Omen' on TV in the dark on my own. So I 4)……….. I've always liked horror  films. I really like what I called 'slasher films' - the really gory, bloody, violent films like 'Final Destination' and 'The Hills Have Eyes'. I just find Them 5) ……… funny and I like the special effects. I don't really find them scary at all. I think the 6)…………. sort of films are the ones that are very tense, like Hitchcock films. I think the scariest one for me is 'The Birds' because it's just very 7)………….  the way that the birds come and sit and look at the people. And you know that it's going to be really bad very soon. But I think my favourite ... favourite sort of horror films are zombie movies. I've watched loads of zombie movies and I really like them. Again I don't really think they are very scary.8) ' ……..  Of I wanna talk about horror films Page 2 of 2 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. We are registered in England as a charity. The Dead' is my 1)………… favourite horror film I think. It's a film where people just wake up one morning and there are zombies everywhere. If a zombie bites you, you turn into a zombie. And the 2)……………… end up in a shopping mall in a shopping centre and they are surrounded by zombies. And it does not have a happy ending. There is a British comedy horror film called  'Shaun Of The Dead' which is a bit of a joke on the idea of the 'Dawn Of The Dead' which is also really great. The most recent one I watched was a New Zealand film called 'Black Sheep' which is about zombie 3)…….. . That was pretty funny as well. The most recent horror film I watched was on a plane last time I went back to the UK. It was a Stephen King film based on a Stephen King book - I think a short story. And it was called 'The Mist'. It was about people who lived in a small town in America and there was a 4)…………. , or 5)………….. as we call them here. And after the typhoon, they wanted to go into town to get some supplies to fix up the house. And it started to get misty or 6)…….. . It was quite a strange mist - it didn't look normal. And these people ended up in a hardware store in the town all trapped together because there were sort of monsters in the mist - these unrealistic 7)……….  creatures that were in the mist that were killing people. There was quite a lot of blood and guts and people died in horrible ways which is what I like about horror films. I would 8)……………….. it if you like horror films as much as I do.  After listening Exercise 02 Decide if the statements below are true or false 1. The writer has liked horror films since she was a child 2. She finds all horror films amusing rather than frightening 3. One zombie film she mentions does not end well. 4. Not all zombie films are supposed to be taken seriously 5. ‘The Mist’ was based on a real incident in a small town in the UK   6. The writer wasn’t convinced by the monsters in ‘The Mist’.  
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