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Eng H101
Dr. RenzScared Healthy
Ever since I was little girl, horror movies have always been my favorite. Horror movies have always caught my full attention; there is just something about the adrenaline rush you get that makes you crave more and more. Enough though every now and then I would get too scared to even sleep, I would keep watching horror movies. My parents always told me that horror movies were good life lessons. The films teach you to deal with and embrace real life fears and phobias. Also, did you know watching a horror movie is just like exercising? It is true! Every situation has negative effects, but every situation also has positive ones too. From my own personal experience, horror movies have helped me face my fears. Horror movies do this by creating confidence that I can overcome whatever it is I fear. A horror movie can address many different fears, such as; spiders, snakes, zombies, killers, et cetera. You have a very high chance of facing a personal fear. Viewing a horror movie also creates more white blood cells, which means you can fight bacteria off. Every time a horror movie scares you, the white blood cells duplicate. Also, you can burn up to 200 calories while watching a horror movie. There are several positive and healthy effects of watching a horror movie. In Stephen King’s “Why We Crave Horror Movies”, he mentions his view on horror movies right in his thesis statement; “I think that we’re all mentally ill; those of us outside the asylums only hide it a little better – and maybe not all that much better, after all.” King’s thesis tells us that he believes we enjoy horror movies because we are all mentally ill and we like to prove that we are not afraid. King believes that we watch horror movies to “re-establish our feelings of essential normality.” King also states that we watch the horror films to satisfy the inner “potential lyncher” inside all of us. King feels as though that horror movies set our nightmares and our... Show More

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