OPENING TITLE SEQUENCE ANALYSIS.

HOW IS THE GENRE OF THE FILM CONSTRUCTED?
‡ The genre of the film is constructed in the way that the opening credits are presented in the form of a newsflash showing the chaos ‡ There are flashes of different gory pictures which also represents the genre of a zombie slasher. ‡ The pictures of pandemonium, blood and gore really emphasises the genre of a slasher.

WHAT DO THE OPENING TITLES SHOW, VISUALLY? HOW IS NARRATIVE ENIGMA CREATED?
‡ Visually, the opening title shows a lot of mess and chaos, with people running around, covered in blood just shows the narrative enigma of guts and gore. ‡ The opening credits show the panic of the population and how scared everyone is, everyone is running.

WHAT IS THE EFFECT OF THE MUSIC?
‡ The music doesn¶t seem to fit with the opening credits however this scares the audience even more because we are then expecting the unexpected. ‡ The voices in the background commentate what is happening and what is going to happen. ‡ The last two words are said without music in the background, the two words are ³death and hell´ this is maybe showing what the ending of the film is going to entail.

HOW HAS TYPOGRAPHY BEEN USED?
‡ The red writing portrays the evilness and destruction that will be created throughout the film. ‡ The writing then turns into dripping blood, again emphasising the gore and guts. ‡ When the writing turns to blood, it trickles away, this could emphasise the effect of people running away. ‡

HOW IS THE MISE-EN-SCENE CONVEYED?
‡ All of the police cars and the ambulances throughout the opening credits show how serious the attack is and why the audience should be scared. ‡ The costumes of the zombies are ripped and covered with blood makes it a lot more alarming because we know what they are capable of.

CAMERA SHOTS
‡ The extreme close ups of the zombies face and blood across their face shows the audience what is causing all this destruction. ‡ During some parts of the opening credits the camera is set out in a documentary point of view style making the audience feel that they are in the situation and closer to the zombies.