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QUIZ: Ghost? Slasher? Zombie Apocalypse? Find Out What Type Of Horror Movie YOUR Life Is!

As the great Jamie Kennedy said in the movie Scream, "there are certain rules that one must abide by in order to successfully survive a horror movie." Of course, he happened to be living in a slasher film — but we know from years of cinematic scares there are many different types of horror movies to [...]
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