15 Horror Movies For People That Have Seen Every Horror Movie

Adding on to the growing list.

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If it’s possible to watch too much horror, then I definitely watch too much horror. I’ve seen so much that it becomes difficult to find new ones and when I do, they’re usually terrible. Scary movies are quite subjective, so you may not agree with every movie on the list, but hopefully this will help you to find some hidden gems that you’ve missed. If you have any suggestions of your own, PLEASE leave them in the comments below because I’m always looking for new stuff. I’ll try to leave the descriptions vague enough so the movie isn’t ruined, but you still get an idea of what you’re about to see.

1. The Caller

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What makes The Caller so creepy is that Mary, our protagonist, can’t see or stop “the monster” in the movie, but the monster has full…

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11 Criminally Underrated Horror Movies You Should Watch Immediately

Interesting list.

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1. Slither

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If you haven’t seen Slither, we probably can’t be friends. Before James Gunn made Guardians of the Galaxy, he helmed one of the most entertainingly disgusting creature invasion movies you’ll ever see. Every character is perfectly cast and the script is fun and silly, but not so much that you don’t take it seriously. You’ll love it.

2. The Possession

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This is probably the one movie on the list that’s going to get me yelled at, but it needs to be defended. The Possession definitely doesn’t redefine the genre, but there are some genuinely creepy moments and a story that keeps you entertained. I could have done without Matisyahu, however. If your reason for disliking it is because of him, I totally get it. For those of you that can look past the rabbi rapper, you might just…

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An Open Letter to the Person Smoking Their E-Cigarette Indoors



This story originally appeared on xoJane.com.

Dear person smoking their e-cig next to me in this coffee shop,

I really hate your e-cigarette.

I’m proud of you for taking steps to quit smoking and, yes, I would much rather you vape than smoke. Smoking is terrible, and I’m not calling for a sweeping ban of e-cigs.

But please, I am imploring you, stop vaping indoors. I know it’s “just water vapor,” but it is water vapor that smells terrible. The vapor that is wafting over from your table to mine does not smell like pancakes; it smells like a synthetic blend of sugar-free butterscotch candies and diacetyl. Sure, this is “better” than cigarette smoke, but stepping in cat poop is better than stepping in dog poop, and both are still terrible options.

I realize that you are breaking no laws. You are technically allowed to “vape” indoors. In large…

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40 Freaking Creepy Ass Two Sentence Stories

Oh dear.

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I’m really scared to go to bed tonight. Found on r/AskReddit.

1. justAnotherMuffledVo

I begin tucking him into bed and he tells me, “Daddy check for monsters under my bed.” I look underneath for his amusement and see him, another him, under the bed, staring back at me quivering and whispering, “Daddy there’s somebody on my bed.”

2. Gagege

The doctors told the amputee he might experience a phantom limb from time to time. Nobody prepared him for the moments though, when he felt cold fingers brush across his phantom hand.

3. Graboid27

I can’t move, breathe, speak or hear and it’s so dark all the time. If I knew it would be this lonely, I would have been cremated instead.

4. AnarchistWaffles

Don’t be scared of the monsters, just look for them. Look to your left, to your right, under your bed, behind your dresser, in your closet…

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Intros, intros, intros



Dear Pierce,

I love your kids’ questions! And their theatric poses on camera. Our own intro activities in the Diliman class involved colorful cartolina, some So Big crayons, and a bit of drawing.

Give me an L... Give me an L… give me a G…

In small groups, the kids listed words (positive, negative, or neutral) commonly associated with “lesbian”, “gay”, “bisexual”, “transgender”, “queer”, and “heterosexual”. I also asked them to draw an image to symbolise their group.

Gay men: Creative, batak, gym bunny, paminta, pa-girl, makulay, maharot, fabulous. Gay men: Creative, batak, gym bunny, paminta, pa-girl, makulay, maharot, fabulous.

One of my favorites was the symbol by the Gay group: Two swords and shield, with a butterfly motif. As the kids said, batak and fabulous.

Partner intros! Name & course, preferred pronouns (in English), and an interesting LGBT-related anecdote/factoid. Partner intros! Name & course, preferred pronouns (in English), and an interesting LGBT-related anecdote/factoid.

Instead of self-introductions, I asked them to pair off and get to know each other. Then each one introduced their partner to the class, by telling everyone…

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