This is particularly important in the horror, science-fiction and suspense genres, the director added. Audiences want to be surprised, and any obvious aural clues -- a pounding heartbeat during a tense scene, for example -- spoil the fun. ''We wanted the sound design of 'Mimic' to be disturbing,'' he explained. ''If anyone covers their eyes to get away from the images on the screen, we want to still get them with the sound. If you walk into a room and it's breathing at you, you know that's not good. And the creatures had to sound so unique and scary, when they are communicating with each other, that you want to wash them off your body.''
BAMMMMM!!!!! A massive Shoggoth explodes out from the tower!!!!! It grabs and devours Gordon in mid-sentence!
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