An affliction popularized by horror movies that limits a character's vision to the contents of the frame only, a fraction of the 160 degree field of vision an ordinary person would experience.

In addition, the character may take long pauses before changing the direction of their stare as a way to build suspense (see: cop-out).
The opposite of Horror Vision is the 360 Degree Continuous Head Swivel. Because of its high utility and adherence to common sense, you don't see it in many horror flicks.
by DTraj June 14, 2010

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