Over at Scriptophobic, I have a new article talking about characters 'reasoning with unreasonable horrors'... how protagonists try to wrap their heads around the haunted house, the masked killer, or the man-eating shark, and how we can take from real-world tragedy to learn how to describe this bargaining with monsters. I use the Coen Bros' NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN as an example. Read on!
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