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Cinematic Horror Magazine

Kam Raslan | Bernice Chauly | Michael Gong

02-Jan-21 11:00

Cinematic Horror Magazine

This week’s portion of A Bit of Culture not only welcomes the year 2021 but also writer Bernice Chauly and BFM producer Michael Gong. With Bernice diving first into cinematic universes, sharing on how these portrayed universes in films are almost palpable to audiences thankfully to the evolution of tech and with proper funding. Then, Michael elucidates on the demise of the magazine industry in relation with a leading Malaysian publishing house that called it quits in April 2020. Will shelves of magazines be replaced with junk-food soon enough? Rounding off this week’s episode, Kam discusses the key elements required to make a good horror story. Besides the eerie sound effects, darkness, spookiness, and environment the audience is in, what else turns you into a scaredy-cat when watching a horror story?


Produced by: Ali Johan


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