A director named Jean Jacques Beineix explained that there are many risks of 'instant arousal.' A problem caused by instantly grabbing their audience full attention means that they take the risk of having to maintain and keep the arousal of the audience in what follows the title sequence and some film makers find that difficult to think of the next step.
Orson Welles wanted to achieve by his opening a film that goes straight into the film with no titles, however Universal were not happy with this as they still wanted to be recognised.. "A favourite trick of Film Noir' is the idea that the beginning of a movie is then ending where something dramatic happens such as a death which instantly arouses its audience.
Finally, the opening to The Shining creates lots of suspense and the camera remains fixed on one object in a high helicopter shot and follows the object in a predatory way. this connotes danger, a sense of no belonging and that whoever the character is, they are heading in the wrong way!