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Rules of a Horror Movie

Posted Apr 13, '13 at 8:52pm

blk2860

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I've recently seen the Rule of Armorgames, and I want to make a set of rules of what to do, and what not to do, if you wind up, in a real life horror movie. Not watching one, not if you're acting in one, but if real life ends up becoming a horror movie. Here's what you do, and what you don't. I want contributions, so give me suggestions whenever you want. Alright, here goes:

Rule 1: Never split up. No exceptions.
Rule 2: Showering, is a HORRIBLE idea.
Rule 3: If you think you're safe, you probably aren't.
Rule 4: Don't be a hero.
  Rule 4-1: Be a Survivor.
Rule 5: Don't stay in secluded locations.
  Rule 5-1: Especially not camps, cabins, or lakes.
Rule 6: If your friend acts strange, don't take chances.
Rule 7: I think your life is more important then an awesome story for the front page.
Rule 8: Never investigate Haunted houses or the like.
Rule 9: Don't go traveling when a mental patient escapes.
Rule 10: Do not, under any circumstances, accept gifts when you don't know who it's from.

 

Posted Apr 13, '13 at 9:14pm

nichodemus

nichodemus

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Knight

Are you talking about supernatural horror shows per se (Ju-On, The Ring, The Eye, etc), or zombie apocalypse/psycho killer-type/monster horror shows? Because many of such ''rules'' seem only applicable in the latter. Because almost none of the rules will ever help you if a vengeful spirit decides to eat you for breakfast.

 

Posted Apr 13, '13 at 9:27pm

blk2860

blk2860

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Any Horror, whatsoever. One rule may not apply to all of them. Only No exceptions rules, like number 1: Never Split up.

 

Posted Apr 13, '13 at 9:50pm

nichodemus

nichodemus

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Knight

There's no running from a supernatural being, even in groups. Just look at the Ju-On series.

 

Posted Apr 13, '13 at 10:11pm

blk2860

blk2860

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You're still safer in a group, as they can, help if you're hurt, etc. etc.

 

Posted Apr 13, '13 at 10:30pm

nichodemus

nichodemus

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Knight

Have you seen those shows I listed.....

 

Posted Apr 13, '13 at 11:24pm

blk2860

blk2860

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I've seen the Ring, a movie. The guy was alone when the chick came out of the TV. That just proves my point. She could teleport, but still...

 

Posted Apr 13, '13 at 11:25pm

blk2860

blk2860

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Oh, and by the way, this is why I ask people to contribute or revise rules.

 

Posted Apr 13, '13 at 11:29pm

nichodemus

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12,166 posts

Knight

It doesn't prove your point. A ghost pops out, what can a group do but run? It's not like the Ring's/Ju-On's ghost murders by stabbing you. They rip you apart, drag you away, hang you with their hair. For instance, the ghost in Ju-On 2 attacked her ex husband right on a public street.

As stated. many of your rules seemed aimed at horror survival based shows.

 

Posted Apr 13, '13 at 11:45pm

blk2860

blk2860

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If you're not going to contribute or change rules, please go away. Anyway, they still have to get in close contact with you. Oh, and by the way:

Rule 10: Do not, under any circumstances, accept gifts when you don't know who it's from.

Hmm... I seem to remember a certain VIDEO, from the Ring. It doesn't necessarily have to be a gift to have Rule 10 apply.

 
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