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THE SIGNS REACTIONS AFTER WATCHING A SAD MOVIE
  • Aries: "I'M NOT CRYING. I JUST HAVE ALLERGIES, LEAVE ME ALONE."
  • Taurus: They didn't pay attention to the movie because POPCORN!
  • Gemini: "The thoughts I have at night were sadder than that movie and yes, I do cry every night before I go to sleep."
  • Cancer: They go to their room and cry a lot. They also probably look at the ratings and cry some more if the ratings were low.
  • Leo: The movie was okay. It reminded me of a time when... *goes on to tell a story about themselves*
  • Virgo: They just stare at the screen in emptiness and despair. They also used up all their tears during the movie.
  • Libra: "Am I feeling something?? What is this feeling?? Is it... SADNESS?? Oh no... Don't cry. You got thi-" *starts to cry*
  • Scorpio: "What was that? You said this movie was supposed to be sad. I didn't even shed a single tear. If this qualifies as a sad movie I don't even want to know what my life qualifies as."
  • Sagittarius: They keep ranting about the movie, and they constantly point out what was wrong with it.
  • Capricorn: "I need to go to my room..." *Screams into their pillow and cries for a good 10 minutes. Eventually walks out of their room like nothing happened*
  • Aquarius: "What? We were watching a movie???"
  • Pisces: "CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT HAPPENED?" *CRIES A LOT* "I'M STILL STUCK ON THAT PART WHEN THE LITTLE BOY SAW HIS MOM THE LAST TIME BEFORE SHE-" *CRIES SOME MORE* "I can't."
shepards-dead-fish replied to your post “Halloween time means bad horror movies. A fellow bad-movie afficianado…”

So what are your good go-to Halloween movies?

Halloween, natch.  It’s classic, and was the origin of half the horror movie tropes still in use today.  

Scream, which was definitive for not just being self-aware and turning the tropes on their ear, but also because it does so and remains scary at the same time.  (There are other humorous, self-aware horrors out there, but many sacrifice being actually scary when they start to make fun of themselves.)  

The Thing, because horror/scifi is the best genre mix there is and hooray for practical effects.

Hellraiser.  Of all the killers in the horror movie pantheon (Jason, Michael, Freddie, etc) I’ve always found Pinhead to be the most…  compelling.  I think it’s mostly because his “victims” aren’t really innocents.  “You called me here,” he’ll tell you, and you’ll realize you deserve everything that happens after that.  I mean, honestly, he isn’t even the killer most of the first movie.  He shows up at the beginning to put things in motion, and then at the end to tie up loose ends, and he’s only there for the one guy.  That’s it.  It’s cool.