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recommendation. Horror Movie Character Survival Guide Until the sequel… Never Investigate or Don’t Say “I’ll Be Back Right” – Thirsty? Ask for a sip of someone else’s drink. Did you forget something in the forest? Cut your losses. Did you hear a strange noise in the basement? Pretend you didn’t. Whatever you do, don’t announce a quick departure from your group or it will be your swan song. The “I’ll be right back” trope has become such a horror movie death scene precursor that viewers are looking for the masked assailant to punish the person who will almost never return. No, you won’t be back right away. You’ll be covered in blood and hanging out of the garage door’s dog hole. Turn Your Back, Because You’re Always Behind – “Where is he?” you may ask. Answer: Right behind you. Learn from those who have gone before you. In 1991’s The Silence of the Lambs, FBI intern Clarice Starling at least had the foresight to bring a gun to the sadistic serial killer’s lair. Clarice barely made it out of the basement alive. you will not. Just ask the cast of The Cellar. Never Watch Horror Movies When You’re Together – If your Slasher movie night starts to seem eerily autobiographical, turn on the lights right away and make sure all the kitchen knives are accounted for. If there are any recent reports of asylum escapes or mysterious demonic rituals, stay away from horror movies. You are probably in one. In fact, stay away from all screens. Poltergeist and The Ring all have a reason. Make Sure Your Car Is Always In Perfect Working Order – If you can escape that masked killer, remember that cars are often unreliable. Battery life always leads to awkward and inappropriate fear time continuum, a force that will always leave you stranded in times of need. Or in your zombie horde attack moment. Before leaving the driveway, be sure to bring an extra set of keys (make sure the first one will be lost during the first attack) and consider visiting a mechanic beforehand… jenna jameson love doll robably an ax killer anyway. Never Leave – Most of us learned this lesson at age 5 in reruns of Scooby-Doo, with Shaggy and Scooby circling away from the ghosts while Shaggy and Scooby nod our heads as the rest of the gang gathers clues. The ending may not be picked one by one by the movie monster of the week like the cast of The House on Haunted Hill (the tamer 1959 version, if you’re lucky). “Power in numbers” may be a tired cliché, but it’s more compelling than “dead as a nail.” When It’s Haunted, Just Get Out of the Damned House – If you (or one of your kids) can provide any credible proof that the big old house you bought cheaply is haunted, drop the caulking gun and get out. We’ve seen too many families trying to be a haunt: The Amityville Horror, The Shining, Paranorma Love Doll Activity. Your attempts to stay away from the dead will fail, as evil spirits are using you for a beautiful game of possess and kill. Sell the house and take the loss, okay? Wear Comfortable Shoes – Have you received threatening phone calls lately? Are there encrypted messages scribbled in blood after your best friend was murdered? You’re probably next. Horror nights rarely allow for wardrobe changes, so wear comfortable shoes for the first time, even for formal events. As fun as it is to watch Sarah Michelle Gellar try to evade a fisherman with a hook at a beauty pageant, that doesn’t mean you have to repeat her mistakes. Combat boots only, ladies. Avoid Proms and All Other High School Parties – Proms are to be avoided at all costs, in the case of vampire attack, revenge killings or the occasional prom queen with the ability to murder with her mind. Big crowds of teens are like cat clamps for the homicidal ones, so why add glamor with boutonniere and push-up bras? Don’t go to prom. Pictures are always bad anyway. Always Assume Your Attacker Is Still Alive – Ah yes, intriguing conclusion. If you’re lucky enough to go this far, you probably gave your killer a very unrealistic Rambo move at the last moment. Your attacker lies motionless on the ground. You let out a big sigh of relief and let your guard down. Big mistake. 2009’s Zombieland tackles what to do in these situations with a gesture called “double tap”. Always deliver a second fatal blow to make sure your attacker dies because they will definitely always come back for more. Keep Your Pants On – If you have sex, you die. In teen horror movies, those who mate for a sensual moment often lose more than their shirt. Friday the 13th features a roster of ravenous young camp counselors who, as they sneak off to earn the film’s R rating, are dismembered one by one, many of whom live just minutes after their meeting before being greeted with an ax in the face. . If you want to increase your chances of survival, keep your virginity and clothes on. A