Horror movie 101: how to guarantee your survival
Admit it: we have all screamed at a character’s dumb actions during a scary movie. The characters never seem to avoid the scary houses and painfully obvious, dangerous paths. So, here’s a quick list of Horror Movie No-No’s.
1. Never go to cursed places
Crystal Lake, Amityville, Elm Street…all these places sound appealing until their dark histories are shared. And yet, everyone wants to go there. Why?
2. The woods should be the last place on your travel list
Nothing good has ever come out of camping in the woods. EVER.
3. Don’t touch Ouija Boards
Who thinks that spirit summoning is a good idea? What good has come from Ouija Boards?
4. Check for signal
If any phone in the vicinity is dead, it’s a good chance anybody there will be too.
5. Avoid small, unknown towns
Texas Chainsaw Massacre. That’s all.
6. Never drop your weapon after battling the killer
Fighting the killer isn’t something everyone gets to do, so if the killer is on the ground, keep your weapon in your hand in case he pops back up.
7. Never investigate the noise
Whatever is making the noise is none of your concern.
Knees to chest!
9. Always be nice to the school outcast
Carrie. Need anything else be said?
10. If it’s not yours, don’t touch it
It’s self-explanatory. If it comes from a haunted place, it doesn’t need to be yours.