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These other films often made it a crude cliche that death followed or accompanied sex (as a way to sensationalize and publicize the nudity and sex-related violence), in films such as: Wes Craven's Scream (1996) implicitly gave credence to this theme: "There are certain RULES that one must abide by in order to successfully survive a horror movie. After moving forward to a closeup that includes one of the pumpkin's eyes, the screen turns black.
The murderer is next seen unmasked - revealing in a shocking revelation that it is six-year-old Michael Myers (Will Sandin as boy) - the teenage girl's blank-faced, younger brother.
The clown-costumed, insane boy stands there motionless, surrounded by shocked adults (his parents) on the front lawn.
It also asserted the allegorical idea that sexual awakening often meant the literal 'death' of innocence (or oneself).
With the title character Laurie (Curtis) a virgin, she is able to escape mostly unscathed (as does the asexual Dr.