FinanceBuzz is indeed embarking on a study that is at least original. After being selected, the The individual will have 9 days to view a selection of 13 horror films. According to the company, the works in question are among the most frightening ever made. The main objective of the study is to attempt toestablish a link between the cost and the efficiency of a production.
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We will therefore find great classics at a low budget such as Paranormal Activity ($ 15,000, or a little less than 13,000 euros). Another lower-cost horror classic, The Blair Witch Project, whose budtotal get is $ 60,000 or 50,000 euros. The latter, generating more than $ 500 million in revenue, is the second highest grossing film in history, with a return on investment of 414,300% .
Among the list of big and medium budget films, the guinea pig will have to watch A Quiet Place (part 1 and 2), Get Out, Insidious , and the 2018 remake of the classic Halloween . Other great works of horror in competition: Saw, Amityville Horror, Sinister and finally Annabelle . The viewing order is not imposed by Financebuzz.
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Horror films in competition: analysis of the subject's heart rate, generous compensation
Physiological reactionsof the person concerned will be investigated. Indeed, FinanceBuzz will monitor his heart rate using a tool called Fitbit . The company will investigate whether there is a connection between the budget of a film and the fear it generates . The company says: "You will help us find out whether or not a film's budget has an impact on the degree of fright it can generate
FinanceBuzz will therefore provide the guinea pig a Fitbit tracker, $ 1,300 and a $ 50 gift card to cover rental costs. In order to apply, interested individuals must complete a form explaining why they would be the best for the job. Applications must be submitted by September 26th. Financebuzz will announce the identity of the winner before October 1 st .