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It is no wonder that music is a very important factor in a screenwriter's pursuit of creating a highly marketable film. Considering genre types in writing a script for an upcoming movie is important to not only the target market, but the specialized characteristics of genres. Every movie created is categorized into a particular genre based on elements of the genre kind, as well as accompanied by technical aspects that classify a film as a particular genre type. Some films are finalized as purely 1 type of genre, whereas in other cases the movie increases the classification of type different genre types. Audio, cinematography, mise-en-scene, editing, and storyline are the proper elements of picture that help determine a final product to some genre class, or multiple genre classes. Yet even dwelling in the subcategories of big genre types, such as science fiction or activity, movies also have the ability to change genre within their screen time and not just be placed in a genre category but jump genre types as well. This can be caused greatly by the mixing of genre types that have components which complement each other's qualities well and can easily be transitioned from one form to another. Where Ridley Scott's Alien (1979) series prequel Prometheus (2012) began under the science fiction type genre and develops a gradual transition into terror, Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard's Cabin in the Woods (2012) flips the two genres, starting as a horror genre compared to adjustments into a science fiction category. Prometheus begins with the depiction of some unknown planet, panning across uninhabited landscapes and distant locations as slow pace orchestra music plays over the shots. It eventually pans up to show some sort of circular disc hovering ov...