This is both a technical and creative challenge with careful analysis, planning and editing required to achieve the desired effect. Your task is as follows:
Re-edit the Frozen trailer into a horror film.
There are many fantastic examples on YouTube of creative Film and Media students who have taken on a challenge like this.
Here's a YouTube example from someone who has already horror-fied the Pixar classic Toy Story to give you a great template for the Frozen task.
Original Toy Story trailer:
Re-edit for horror:
There are plenty more examples of trailer re-edits on YouTube such as The Incredibles re-edited as a Christopher Nolan film.
This is a complex challenge - and before you start anything you'll need to make yourself an expert on the original Frozen trailer:
Next, think about the following:
- Which conventions do you need to keep to establish it looks like a film trailer? E.g. keeping the MPAA Splash Screen.
- Which clips will your select to best fit the horror genre?
- The Music - add a horror film score? Remove the original?
- Are there any sound effects that will create a horror genre feel?
- Which bits to leave out or change e.g. if they are singing, will this look strange? Could you leave speech in but order it so that the dialogue now seemed sinister?
- Colour hues and tones / saturation / shadows
- Visual effects? Ghosting etc?
- Could you record a new voiceover?
- Could you use your own titles / words to create the atmosphere and establish the horror genre for your viewer throughout the trailer?
This YouTube collection of re-edited trailers may provide more inspiration and the website Total Recut is full of advice and tutorials to help with your re-edit.
Good luck - and be creative!