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SEE “A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET” AND “SCREAM” STEP RIGHT OUT OF THE 1950s IN AMAZING A.I. TRAILERS

Posted on: June 15th, 2024

Have you ever wondered what a classic slasher movie would look like if it were made in the 1950s?

You know, that era when trailers had long voice-overs, lots of on-screen graphics, and of course, plenty of dramatic music.

Well, wonder no more!

YouTube creator We Hate Popcorn But We Eat it Anyway has made use of several A.I. programs and produced some outstanding results.

A Nightmare on Elm Street looks right out of a 1950s public safety film, with perfectly manicured lawns, perfectly coiffed teens, and an impeccable cookie-cutter vibe.

Scream steps things up even further, moving the action from California to England, and presenting us with a representation of Ghostface that is undeniably disturbing.

The A.I. rendering on show here are eerily accurate to both the source actors used, and the period specified. Although we don’t get the usual blood spillage we expect from a slasher, that’s to be expected of the chaste decade.

How do you think an undoubtedly bloodless slasher would’ve played in the 1950s? Would the slasher boom have started 25 years before Halloween shook the landscape?

Take a trip back in time, and witness the scarily good progression of A.I., as you check out the trailers below:

 

 

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