Why Jason Murphy’s Monsters At Large is well directed

There are many reasons to believe that the upcoming family-friendly horror film Monsters At Large is well directed. Monsters At Large is produced and directed by Jason Murphy who has also produced and directed films like Zombies! Zombies! Zombies (2008) and The Unbroken (2012). The first thing that tells the movie is well directed is that the casting has been done right. The casting consists of experienced actors and young, upcoming actors who are ready to showcase their talents. When watching the film, you will not be able to imagine a different person playing any role in the film and you will be satisfied with the acting in the film.


Secondly, the movie is well directed since Jason Murphy has not gotten in the way of the actors, especially the young talents. The design, lighting, camera tricks, music, sound and editing techniques in the film are not interfering in the performances of the actors and will not interfere with the audiences’ enjoyment. While Jason Murphy has been able to incorporate great design, sound, lighting, camera and music in the film, these have been used to enhance the enjoyment of the audiences and the performances of the actors. This is great directing as it makes the horror film look more natural.

Monsters At Large is well directed by Jason Murphy because based on the trailer alone, the film will be able to pull the audience wholly into the experience. It is important to understand that directing any film is about giving proper balance to technical expertise, artistry, compassion and leadership. Jason Murphy has been able to balance all these in Monsters At Large to ensure that the storyline captivates the audience. The film is also well directed because the music, the visuals, the performances, the costumes and the general writing are all in unison and convey the message from start to finish.