Jacob Tiranno’s Rules for Surviving A Horror Movie

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It’s almost Halloween, which means it’s time for costumes, candy, haunted houses and of course, scary movies! The Exorcist, Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Rosemary’s Baby – all of these films and countless others have forced people to check under their bed, shut their closet doors, and sleep with the light on for years. Movies like these have haunted people all over the world. Today, I’m going to offer you a few words of survival in case you ever find yourself in a true scary-movie situation. Before I go on, however, I must give credit where credit is due. Jamie Kennedy’s character from Wes Craven’s Scream mentions a handful of survival rules in the famous movie franchise – some of his major rules reappear in my list below.I will note, though, that his character died in the second Scream film, proving he probably wasn’t the best person to take advice from. I, on the other hand, am alive and well. So I can only hope you take this list of numerous rules seriously, as they can be the difference between life and death.

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