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Monday, October 31, 2011

CNN: Movies that scare horror experts

I know it is the time for blood and gore and being scared out of your wits and I can appreciate a good, creepy movie. However, when it scares the living daylights out of horror experts then count me out.

It is beyond me, when watching all the latest horror films, how it can get even any scarier then that. One would expect that having nightmares for the next several nights would have accomplished the desired goal. I suppose they don't want us to sleep at all anymore.

In my opinion, shivering all over in fear whenever you hear a chainsaw, roaming through the house in order to check every nook and cranny for hidden horrors, and waking up every minute of the night due to a spooky noise, is enough of a 'treat' for the horror-lovers.

Apparently, it is not and now they want us to CNN: Show us your O-M-G! face. Sure, why not. I hope it scares the heebie-jeebies out of the movie makers!



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