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Are Horror Movies Losing Their Edge?

Are Horror Movies Losing Their Edge?

In recent years, horror movies have lost their scare factor. This is due to them being predictable with their scares. From just the suspense and moments to the over the top jumpscares. The most recent horror movies Smile and The Menu prove that horror movies lose their touch. Smile, used silence, jumpscares, and suspense. The Menu wasn’t even scary, it was more of a morbid movie with a message.

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My name is Sam Brown and I am 17 years old. I like video games, dogs, black, blood red, and royal purple. I have been in Delaware all my life. I have 7 cousins and 5 live in different states. My cousin lives in Florida and South Carolina. I live with my mom in one place and my dad in another. I have been to Italy as a kid and the Bahamas last summer

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    EzraSep 14, 2023 at 10:41 am

    Those horror movies are weak compared to when the ideas were fresh back then.

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