The ' glow ' contains the most terrifying horror movie scene in accordance with scientific research
The cry of "Here's Johnny!" he screams the freniasmenos Jack Nicholson in katatromagmeni his family by opening the door broken in "glow" of Stanley Kubrick is the most frightening scene in horror cinema according to scientific research.
The website Play.com has identified a 10,000 votes from users with the purpose to identify the 10 horror films that frightened most of customers. Then used Oscilloscopes that count the pulses of the heart to see which scenes were shaken more participants. The scene made the highest score of "tromagmatos" was the scene of the "Radiance" (The Shining, 1980) of the great Stanley Kubrick. In second and third place found scenes from the classic "A Nightmare On Elm Street" by Wes Craven and ' The Exorcist ' William Friedkin's respectively.
However, when the relevant calculations for whole series movies reversed with Craven's film, coming in first place, the "Exorcist" in the second and then the "glow". But when factored in measurements and the soundtrack of each scene, the Glow regained preeminence while the "Exorcist" and "Nightmare on Elm Street" tumbled in second and third place respectively.
The above survey also showed that monitoring of three historical horror films affect the viewer's heart pulses in a manner akin to light exercise. For the story to mention that 10 tromaktikoteres movies according to users of Play.com are as follows:
- The Shining (1980)
- The Exorcist (1973)
- A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)
- Ringu (1998)
- Alien (1979)
- The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
- Poltergeist (1982)
- Insidious (2010)
- Halloween (1978)
- Saw (2004)