What's often lost in modern horror is tension and suspense, the chill as opposed to the shock. The genre seems to have been taken over by gore, jump cuts and characters that can spawn franchises. A few films differ - The Babadook, It Follows, Goodnight Mommy - but it seems to be becoming a dedication to the craft to build up an atmosphere, tease details and leave the real terror to the mind. Awhile ago it was more standard- recall that we hardly see the full xenomorph in the original Alien, or the lack of much activity at all in Psycho.
Two Sentence Horror Stories succeeds in paring down the plots to upmost simplicity, if not wholly originally, and are great fun in the process, particularly the last one.
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