The Final Countdown: Horror Survival Implications, Philip Seymour Hoffman Creeps and Too Many Screens

Go here to see the horrifying implications of surviving a horror movie.

“At the end of a romantic movie, the goal is pretty much to be in love with someone, even if you win the booby prize and get Molly Ringwald. The end of an action movie usually sees a character vindicated in some way, having overcome nefarious asshattery. The end of a horror movie is successful for a character if he or she is still alive (and a lot of times they don’t even manage that).”

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