Scream Out Loud

Julija Kaselyte

Horror movies have always been an attraction, but not only on the day of “trick-or-treat.” They are scary, disturbing, but still appealing to the public. Why? Is it a pleasure to watch how a killer cuts his girlfriend’s head or how a group of teenagers are stuck in a haunted house and are trying to escape from ghosts? Nevertheless, many still go to the movies and pay to be frightened. The question is, if it is truly that scary to be sitting and watching with hundreds of other viewers. Half of them probably are sleeping, while others are shaking of fear and cannot fall asleep even when a film is over. We tried to find out what students were thinking:

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