How does King use tension, dramatic irony, and foreshadowing to strengthen his work? How does his work shed a light on the human condition?

Film

How does King use tension, dramatic irony, and foreshadowing to strengthen his work? How does his work shed a light on the human condition?

Where do you see these strategies employed in other works of horror?

(e.g. Jigsaw’s employ of irony in his traps in the Saw series; tension in the Cube film trilogy; critiques of technology in the Black Mirror series). Reference at least three works–one has to be something we’ve read or watched in class, and aim for at least two outside sources (articles, essays, films, etc.)

One of the movie we watched in class was Cat’s Eye

How does King use tension, dramatic irony, and foreshadowing to strengthen his work? How does his work shed a light on the human condition?