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Social Experiment
SocialExperiment1
The first trial begins
Directed by
Released
Starring
Zach Macias
Genre
  • Comedy
  • Horror
Running time
2:14
Language English
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Created for BHC 2

Part of the Ben and Andy series
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Social Experiment is a 2008 comedy horror brickfilm by Zach Macias. It is the seventh film in the Ben and Andy series and follows the two as they try to determine what type of music makes for a scarier scene.[1] It was an entry into the second Brickfilming Halloween Competition and placed second.[2]

PlotEdit

Ben and Andy introduce an experiment they will be conducting. The purpose of the experiment is to find out what kind of music better sets the tone for a scary scene: low- or high-pitched music. They introduce someone they think is their friend Michael, who will be playing the scary character in the scene, and the experiment begins. The first trial consists of Ben picking up a glass of coffee when the scary character shows up behind him, queuing low pitched, foreboding music. The second trial shows the same clip, but this time with high-pitched music.

The two are reflecting on how the different music tracks compare when their friend Michael walks in. He apologizes for being late and explains that he could not find his Halloween mask. Whoever was playing the scary character in the scene is now gone, and a foreboding combination of low- and high-pitched music begins to play.[1]

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Social Experiment on YouTube
  2. Social Experiment on Bricks in Motion Film Directory
Ben and Andy series
A Day at the Theatre (2005) · The Bad Day (2005) · Back to School Nightmare (2006) · Feel Great (2006) · A [Post] Halloween Extravaganza (2006) · Hypothetical Possibilities (2007) · Social Experiment (2008) · A Christmas Caper (2014) · Resolute (2015)

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