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Today’s editorial is about slasher movie “the pleading victim” clichés that make me see red. And if you’re a certified horrorphila like me, then you’ll agree with the lameness.
Why whenever the victim is trapped or tied to a chair and the killer is about torture them, the character always says the same dumb thing?
Like: “Please. You don’t have to do this.” I’m pretty sure that the killer knows he doesn’t have to do this—he just wants to.
Or: “Don’t kill me. I have a wife/husband and children.” Killers don’t care!
The classic: “If you let me go, I promise I won’t tell anyone—I swear!” Don’t waste your breath because the killer won’t believe you.
Stupidest response: “Why are you doing this?” Okay, isn’t it obvious? He’s a total psycho! Duh.
Peace, love, and horror flicks,


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