How to Survive a Horror Film: 7 Things Not to Put in Your Child’s Room

It seems like all the favorite horror films have the same ingredients — creepy bad guy that just won’t die, particular objects that give you the creeps, moments designed to make you jump out of your seat and the poor schmoo that doesn’t even know he’s going to die first.  But even knowing the standard formula, could you survive a horror movie?

Just in time for Halloween, help is on the way.  Seth Grahame-Smith wrote a manual to help you out.  And now he’s made some training films to go along with the manual.  Go to DodgeTheKills.com to watch these humorous training films related to all things needed to survive a horror movie.

Being a parent, I was especially fascinated with the 7 Things Not to Put in Your Child’s Room.  You can view it below.

I thought this list was pretty accurate.  My favorite of course is #7.  My husband is not a big fan of clowns, so he liked that one.  And my sister had one of those cymbal monkeys when she was a kid that she was scared to death of.

 The only thing not on the list that I would have included would be creepy dolls (Think Chuckie).

What scared you as a child?  Or if you are a parent, what scares your child?

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3 Responses to How to Survive a Horror Film: 7 Things Not to Put in Your Child’s Room

  1. rcrawford79 says:

    Clowns are just plain EVIL!

  2. lisa-marie says:

    my cousin in texas has a room full of clow dolls, girls and boys, when i stayed theyre i had to sleep by the window necxt to the biggest clown.
    it scared me to death.
    the wind was soo hard that when i woke up the next morning the clown was ontop of me.
    i screamed and my uncle fred came in with a baseball bat!!!#lol

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