Which Horror Movie Genre Should I Watch Tonight?

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Love horror and looking for the perfect type of movie for your night in? Terrified of all things scary and looking for something you can handle? Either way, take this quiz to find out which sub-genre is right for you.

  • 1
    What type of antagonist do you enjoy watching?

    What kind of bad guy scares you the most? Criminals? Monsters and sub-humans? Or the supernatural?
  • 2
    What's your desired gore level?

    How much blood and guts can you handle? (Remember- the point of horror is to make you uncomfortable.)
  • 3
    Do you prefer a plot line that's heavy in action or dialogue?

  • 4
    Are you more interested in watching expressive, shocking, and gory murders and deaths, or a movie with secrets and mysterious occurrences?
  • 5
    Would you prefer a psychological (individuals coming unhinged) or slasher (antagonist hunting victims) plot?
  • 6
    A classic psychological plot (an individual is uncertain about their sanity/ coming unhinged)

    an isolationist psychological plot (an individual is trapped or abandoned with another person or a phobia)

    or a madness and paranoia plot (an individual has no grip on reality and may be the victim or the antagonist)

  • 7
    Would you prefer to watch a villain hunt the protagonists, or would you prefer to watch one person losing their mind?
  • 8
    Would you prefer watching victims be slain with mild, moderate, or maximum gore shown on screen?
  • 9
    Would you prefer that victims are killed with explicit cannibalism, torture, and body horror, or would you prefer that gore is used as a passive "ick" factor?
  • 10
    Do you enjoy watching people vs. people or people vs. monsters?

    (please count zombies as monsters.)

  • 11
    What kind of monster are you in the mood for?
  • 12
    Earthly monsters or monsters from outer space?
  • 13
    Would you like to be scared by a modern movie, or would you like to kick it old school with some B-roll or an oldie from the 50s-80s?

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