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Different Horror Scenarios A major drawback that continues to plague movies of the horror genre is the style in which the victim is portrayed No matter how crafty and sophisticated a story may be the characters that get iced are always of low intelligence and their ability of logical reasoning can be compared to that of a Cape Buffalo deciding whether or not it should cross a river full of Nile Crocodiles What really brought these facts so clearly to mind is a post that I read on a message board The thread asked the question In a fight for your life who would you rather fight Freddy or Jason as I was pondering the question a light bulb began to flicker dimly in the area of my brain where thought is processed When the idea was complete I kind of snickered to myself and quietly recited the words that had been spoken before me by that other intellectual giant Wile E Coyote Genius sheer genius With that being said I knew it was now time to explore the methods in which I would use if placed in various scenarios of horror There are many different scenarios that can be used but Ill stick to the basics you know unstoppable teen mass killers genetically mutated animals possession haunting serial killers and zombies First I would like to start with the question that sparked this gauntlet of imagination Who would I rather face in a fight for my life Freddy or Jason Well since I havent been asleep since about 1989 the logical pick for me would be Freddy but Freddy has the uncanny ability to be right around the next corner and he is a bit more intelligent than Jason so I am going to go with my gut instinct and choose Jason Well for starters Jason is extremely speed-impaired and as fate would have it I can run pretty fast not too clumsily
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