How To Survive In A Horror Movie


I’m kind of girl who enjoys watching/reading/hearing any thriller, paranormal and horror stories/movies kind of things. Why? Because it makes you think outside of box, something you don’t usually experience. But, I never wish to experience that kind of things (really), but what if I do? What if I don’t have choice? Perhaps I can make extra preparation on that.
When watching this thriller genre of movies, most of us ‘I think’ (because me and my crazy friends do) will have this frustrating feelings. Why the actor are so dumb to make difference between something that will affect if you life or dead? I meant is really frustrating to watch a girl who know a killer inside her house and she runs upstairs (always something bad happens), a group of students has going inside an abandoned and creepy house, I meant, reaally? Oh God why!?
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So then I saw this post a few days ago on Deviant Art and decide to share it right here because I found it super true in a hilarious way. I do not own this, and I’m sorry I never ask for permission of doing this but I believe that the real author need a credits and a good writing need to be shown. So this post was really made by ~GhostOfAbbie : 

1. First of all, common sense is a good thing to have. If you’re in the middle of the woods and you hear someone calling your name from a creepy abandoned house, don’t go in. Run as fast as you can in the way you came from. If you see someone you thought was dead, it will not be them. If there is a killer in your house, get the hell out of there. Don’t run around locking doors. Don’t run upstairs.

2. If you find yourself alone, in a haunted house, abandoned warehouse or some other creepy place, at midnight, think about why you’re actually there, and then leave.

3. If you think you’ll be getting into a fight with a murderer or supernatural being, don’t use a tiny slingshot, a pen knife or a baseball bat. Take an actual gun, and make sure you have bullets in it.

4. If a certain town seems to be where everything is going wrong, get the hell out of there. Don’t bring your family or friends. They’re probably all possessed or working for the killer.

5. Holy water probably won’t injure anyone. Acid, on the other hand, will.

6. If you think you’ve killed the killer, a few more shots to the head wouldn’t hurt, because chances are, you haven’t.

7. If the head of your dead friend starts talking to you from inside a cupboard or fridge, close the door and evacuate the building.

8. Expect the unexpected, but expect the expected as well

9. Performing creepy rituals in a church for no reason other than ‘you’re bored’ is probably dangerous and if some kind of demon attacks you, you have no one but yourself to blame.

10. Making yourself pass out because you like dreaming, is not a good idea.

11. Don’t go near cemeteries at midnight, on Halloween, on a full moon, blood moon, blue moon, or any other creepy times. In fact, unless you have friends or relatives buried in one, there is no reason to be there at all.

12. If you know that you’ll be killed if you tell someone about some kind of monster, don’t tell them. And if you know you can’t say the name of something, don’t say it to prove a point.

13. If your idea of fun is sitting in high up, dangerous places, doing drugs, then don’t be surprised when one of your friends disappears.

14. If you find a locked box that has been buried underground for hundreds of years, and has runes carved on it, it probably has some kind of demon in it. Don’t open it.

15. If you manage to escape the lair of the killer, but your friend is still inside, just accept the fact that they’re gone forever.
The real post [HERE]
So, that how story ends. Please and please use your head when inside a creepy horror stories. LOL. Toddles. ^^
I’m too shy to ask for the author permission. Sorry. But at least I give the credits. Sorry again!  πŸ˜€