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  1. The point of this topic is to know what is more scary and tense... A killer/monster who can run or one who move at a slower pace but is more tougher to take down. For me its gotta be the ones that can run...why ? Because its a lot more tense when something is running toward you since it leave you with less time to think about a strategy,you need to pick up the pace yourself and think quick if you want to survive. Thats why running zombies are always much more of a threat than the slower ones. Think about any movies where the killer/monster always move at a slow steady pace,now imagine those movies if they ran instead,things would be quite different. For exemple take the movie (It Follows),now imagine if the creature in that movie always ran without ever being exhausted,always going at a constant running pace,i tell ya the peoples who have the curse wouldnt have time to stick around and would always need to be on the move,always going from place to place in a car,hoping that they dont ran out of gas or are stoped by the police (or being in a accident) then sent to jail or a hospital/asylum or else they are f***ed. But what about you guys ? Wich one do you think is scarier ?
  2. For some reason i always found that things from the past always seem creepier... Weither it's something from the 19th century (1800's) or from the early 20th century (1900 to 1960). Weither it's some kind of creature or a ghost or even aliens...the designs for those look creepier. Those things always come from old tales,folklore,poems,legends and old nursery rhymes,those kind of creatures. Here are a few exemples: Other's exemple: the creature from IT, the Slenderman (even tough that one is a modern creation),old creepy dolls,etc. Heck even old vintage halloween costumes pictures look creepy... https://www.google.ca/search?biw=1280&bih=909&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=XFwnWuWuHKGc_QblnL24CA&q=old+halloween+pictures&oq=old+halloween+pictures&gs_l=psy-ab.3...51.3453.0.3572.11.9.0.0.0.0.951.951.6-1.1.0....0...1c.1.64.psy-ab..10.1.950...0.0.J6c-vbzCmGI It's all about the designs and the eerie atmosphere those gives... What do you guys think ? Do you also find those creepy ?
  3. I know a few of you guys watch WWE, but I was wondering if you've checked out Lucha Underground yet? Seasons 1 & 2 are on Netflix right now, but that's not what this little post is about. One of the wrestlers is called the Monster Matanza, and I can't quite place my finger on it, but his gimmick seems to draw inspirations from a certain hockey mask wearing killer whose name eludes me at the moment.
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