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[Nov. 23rd, 2012|06:38 pm]
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I'm watching The Descent 2 right now, which is surprisingly good so far. However, [spoilers ahead!] if people already know that these damn monster things track their prey using sound, then why the FUCK do they insist on talking?? I can't with the loud ass questions and even the whispering. I mean, damn, these things have been living in a dark cave system for who knows how long--you think they can't pick up on the most minute sounds? I know, it's a horror movie, etc., etc...

Does anyone know of any horror movies in which people actually make good/common sense decisions? And still get fucked over/killed? That would be some real horror shit.

[User Picture]From: mmmrorschach
2012-11-24 02:47 am (UTC)


The characters in The Thing behaved pretty rationally.
[User Picture]From: laura_anne
2012-11-24 03:07 am (UTC)


My friend worked on that movie!
I guess in the dark you have to talk to communicate with each other? IDK. Massive suspension of disbelief required for that whole thing.
[User Picture]From: mel_y_kay
2012-11-24 04:29 am (UTC)


Unhappily, I can't. It's always the dipshits who go outside to investigate a strange noise who get bumped off in the first five minutes! What I hate about horror movies these days is that they're all either rehashes of old classics (and not very good ones), all about paranormal activity, with the same or similar storylines throughout each sequel, or they're torture porn (see Hostel, Wolf Creek, Hypnotic or The Loved One). Why can't anyone make a good, suspenseful, scary movie anymore?