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I hope all of you are having a fantastic Easter Sunday, surrounded by loved ones and lots of chocolate! Massive thank you again to my best friend and husband Justin. Waking up at 3am for those epic lake shots was very worth it and you’re officially my new camera man 🎥 He filmed the whole Horror Montage ( previous post ) ALONE and it’s by far some of my best work I’ve edited together. The acting felt right and I was a lot less nervous / stressed about getting certain shots 🙌🏻 We are a great team at filming, communicating and most of all at life. I love you with all my heart 🖤 .
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Tonight I'm not giving this as a recommendation but more of sharing this book with everyone. I don't do negative reviews, and I want you to decide for yourself. This book is based on the famous Disney movie, Hocus Pocus with Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker. An amazing, amazing movie, the first half of the book is based on the story we all love so much. And the first half of the book is pretty awesome because it is so close to the original screenplay.
I was not a fan of the second half, the sequel. The sequel follows the daughter of Max and Allison. I felt the story was so pushed and the writer kept trying to make it "cool" with what is considered popular amongst teens today. To me that seemed silly because teens today didn't grow up on Hocus Pocus and aren't part of the cult classic following. I wasn't a fan of the plot of the sequel as well. With that being said, I have quite a few friends who did enjoy the sequel. So that's why I'm sharing this, for all you Hocus Pocus fans out there to decide for yourself.
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THE STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT
The infamous psychological study conducted in the 1970s by psychologist Philip Zimbardo was designed to find out whether the police brutality reported among guards in American prisons was due to their sadistic personalities, or the prison environment. The study was to take place over 2 weeks, with randomly assigned prisoners and guards who had undergone psychological testing and had been thought to be physically and psychologically "well". •
The participants assigned a prisoner role were arrested in their homes, taken to the police station, fingerprinted, photographed, and 'booked' as any other prisoner would be. They were then blindfolded and driven to the mock prison, where they were stripped naked, deloused, had all their personal possessions removed, and were given prison clothing and bedding. The prisoners were referred to only as their assigned number. •
The guards were dressed in identical khaki clothes, carried a whistle and a billy club which had been borrowed from the police department, and wore sunglasses to make eye contact with the prisoners impossible. Three guards worked 8 hour shifts, and were instructed to do whatever they thought was necessary to maintain law and order in the prison and to command the respect of the prisoners. Physical violence was not permitted. Zimbardo acted as the prison warden. •
The mock prison had video cameras to record the events that occurred. There was one very small room called "The Hole" which acted as solitary confinement. Both prisoners and guards quickly settled into their roles, with guards finding numerous ways to exercise control over the prisoners... the first night being woken up at 2.30am for the first of many "counts". Push-ups were used as a form of physical punishment, likened to what happened in Nazi camps. •
The prisoners rebelled, and the guards chose to fight force with force. The guards soon realised that psychological control could be more effective due to their numbers. This caused angst and distrust between the prisoners. After only 36 hours of 14 days, the first prisoner was released due to acute emotional disturbance.
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