The thrill of setting her adult life in motion versus the horror of paying for it.
In war, there is little parents can do to spare their children from horror and Løkkeberg wanted to capture that.
Some felt it would reawaken, as one survivor wrote, "all the feelings of horror that are churning in our hearts."
A 1995 study found that the higher people score on a scale that measures sensation-seeking, the more they like horror films.
After all, the comeuppance of the Big Bad is the good part of any horror story.
Stricken with horror and shame, she is driven into the cavern.
Then came smoke, the smell of scorching linen, and a cry of horror from Celine.
I could only look away from him in horror, and fix my eyes on the ground.
Andrew, thrilling with horror, recognized one as a sawed-off shotgun.
"My son, you have killed him," repeated the mother, in a tone of horror.
early 14c., from Old French horror (12c., Modern French horreur) and directly from Latin horror "dread, veneration, religious awe," a figurative use, literally "a shaking, trembling, shudder, chill," from horrere "to bristle with fear, shudder," from PIE root *ghers- "to bristle" (cf. Sanskrit harsate "bristles," Avestan zarshayamna- "ruffling one's feathers," Latin eris (genitive) "hedgehog," Welsh garw "rough"). As a genre in film, 1934. Chamber of horrors originally (1849) was a gallery of notorious criminals in Madame Tussaud's wax exhibition.