#MicroblogMondays 7: Who is Scared of a Horror Film?
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It’s Monday the 13th. Which has no scary significance, except that it is housed in October, and everything is sort of scary in October.
I used to love horror films. Not just the good ones. I saw the first 6 Children of the Corn films. (Yes, there were more than 6.) The Nightmare on Elm Streets. The Friday the Thirteenths. Poltergeist. Blair Witch Project. And horror books: everything Stephen King.
And then one day, the world started looking too scary, and I couldn’t understand the point in trying to scare myself when there were so many real things to be scared of in the here and now. And I never saw another horror film. Though I have a soft spot in my heart for vampires and haunted houses.
Horror films for you: yay or nay?
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