ByJancy Richardson, writer at Creators.co
To avoid fainting, keep repeating 'It's only a movie...It's only a movie...'
Jancy Richardson

Imagine. You're out cold, and you wake up, knowing nothing but your first name. Where the hell are you? You're trapped and you need to find a way out.

What follows are the booby-trapped movie nightmares that I, personally, would most hate to be stuck in...

Gamer

The futuristic dystopia of Gamer sees convicts entered into a lethal real life video game, and what's worse is that you don't even have control of your own body. You're just an avatar for some snot-nosed kid to play with. Bad times.

Level of suckiness: 7/10

Most terrifying trap: a million stray bullets

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The Hunger Games

A fight to the death is pretty unpleasant at the best of times, but add poison mist, angry mandrills, psychological torment birds, tracker jackers and mutant beasts and you've got one party you don't want an invite to.

Level of suckiness: 8/10

Most terrifying trap: it's the other contestants you wanna watch out for...

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The Collector

The Collector comes into your house and turns it into a death trap. Literally. Every room, doorknob, surface and implement becomes a wincingly painful hazard waiting to happen. Just get your gun and wait it out.

Level of suckiness: 6/10

Most terrifying trap: the room o' beartraps was pretty savage

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The Cell

The Cell is not only a horrifying land of freakish nightmares, but it is the inside of a serial killer's brain. That is never a good place to be, even if you're a badass J-Lo. On the other hand, stunning visuals!

Level of suckiness: 7/10

Most terrifying trap: constantly shifting reality

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The Maze Runner

The Glade is not a nice place. Giant slug beasts with robot arms and the ability to mess with your mind? Waking up in The Glade makes The Hangover look like a charming morning at brunch.

Level of suckiness: 8/10

Most terrifying trap: did I mention the giant slug beasts?

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Cube

One of the most inventive horror movies ever made, Cube is like an awesome math-geek version of Saw...this doesn't mean you'd wanna get stuck there, though! Terrifyingly devious traps abound.

Level of suckiness: 9/10

Most terrifying trap: the acid sprayer

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The Running Man

Even if you're Arnie, being trapped in a horrible 80's version of The Hunger Games is really no fun. To add insult to injury, an audience of braying idiots are watching your torment on TV! Outrageous!

Level of suckiness: 6/10

Most terrifying trap: those stalker guys chasing you

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Manhunt

OK, so Manhunt is a highly controversial PS2 game rather than a movie, but the point stands that this is one nasty, brutal future you don't want to find yourself in. Get ready to garotte some beefy, sweating murderers...or die!

Level of suckiness: 7/10

Most terrifying trap: the death squads of psychopaths

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Resident Evil

Amnesia gas, laser death and rabid dead dogs are just the start of your troubles in the Umbrella Co.'s underground lair. Besides, even if you get past all the traps, you're still gonna run straight into a bunch of zombies.

Level of suckiness: 9/10

Most terrifying trap: the laser grid. No getting past that one.

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Saw

Saw has become synonymous with the most evil of evil traps, a pure thrill ride of naked sadism...which is why we love it so much! I can't imagine anywhere worse to wake up than inside one of Jigsaw's ludicrously brutal traps.

Level of suckiness: 1,000,000 / 10

Most terrifying trap: Oh, man, I couldn't say...decide for yourself!

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Which obscenely brutal movie death trap would you most hate to wake up in?