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  1. Michelle
    Michelle October 31, 2014 at 1:54 pm | | Reply

    I want to be cremated…for two reasons. First, I don’t want to take up unnecessary space after I die and two, I can’t stand the thought of my corpse rotting, so just torch it up.

    I snuck in the drive in when I was around 15 years old and saw Texas Chainsaw Massacre. It scarred me.

  2. Considerer
    Considerer October 31, 2014 at 5:26 pm | | Reply

    Burial for me. I want every organ and usable piece of me harvested and given to people who can use them (this will also make sure I’m REALLY dead) and then I want a cardboard coffin in a nice damp place where I’ll mulch down quickly and feed a tree or something.

    The scariest movie I ever saw. Hm. Tough one. The Green Mile really traumatised me – I had to watch the electric chair scene once in fast forward, then once with the sound off, and then with the sound on, and it was still awful. Paradise Road was TRULY harrowing – a young woman was doused in petrol and just SET ALIGHT by a Japanese prison camp officer. That was pretty awful.

    But as for horror (which I do very, very badly with) – I once watched (super cheesy and entirely shite) Wrong Turn, and that night I had a TERRIBLE nightmare where I was under the bench in the workshop, whilst the three forest-men cut up my friend with saws, and blood was running down the table legs and pooling on the floor, and I could see them moving her severed limbs around and grinning and talking their non-speak to each other, and then I was running and running through (kind of WWII-ish) no-man’s-land, with mud and puddles and barbed wire and trenches, and one of the forest-men was chasing me, and I FELL – I tripped and landed face down in a puddle, and the guy had a golf club, and I KNEW he was about to beat my brains out with it, but first he just let it swing slowly across the back of my head, and I could hear that gentle *whoof, whoof, whoof* as it moved through the air, and I could feel my hair moving as it came *so* close, and then he raised the club above his head…

    …and I woke up, SO THANKFUL TO BE AWAKE!

  3. Aussa Lorens
    Aussa Lorens November 5, 2014 at 11:13 am | | Reply

    Wait, so an adult took adolescents into a cemetery to watch a movie? Did the cemetery people know? That’s so weird and hilarious. Imagine if you had just lost someone you loved and you went out to be with them and there were a bunch of teenagers screaming over severed arms, darting around in the dark. Hilarious.

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