Really interesting elaborate on why certain movie scenes are scary while others are a lot less scary made by 'Now You See It' youtube channel.
It's a little but longer and a guy goes really deep into the details but it's fun and very educational.
It turns out that to get a scare you need everything at once: the music, the timing, the script, the actors, everything has to work together or else it's not scary.
Btw, the first scene was taken from the horror movie "Lights Out" while the other one is exactly the same scene just recreated in a 'home version'.
Do you agree with what's been said? Which scene do you find scarier?