ByRoAnna Sylver, writer at Creators.co
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Don't worry, Moviepilot readers, I'm not about to start showing you things unsuitable for your tender ears and eyeballs. I AM about to show you something that's really freaking funny. (At least I think so. Your mileage may vary.)

Now what's going on here, is that comedy writer Aaron Gillies - AKA TechnicallyRon, has taken some iconic horror movies... and replaced their taglines with PornHub comments. Tame ones, I promise, no four-letter words in here, so don't fear the scrolling. (I'm not trying to get you in trouble with a boss, just sharing some giggles.) The fun all comes from how ambiguous they are, and how they can be applied to these horror situations!

But yeah... you know the ridiculous, often fail-tacular things that happen in, uh, videos of ill repute? (... You don't have to answer that. This is The Internet.) He's taken commentary, and applied them to horror movie posters/scenarios... where they fit WEIRDLY WELL. (And did I mention hilariously? Read on.)

Hey, it's No-Shave November!
Hey, it's No-Shave November!
I hope that means she's enjoying herself
I hope that means she's enjoying herself
The woods have such a ROMANCE about them...
The woods have such a ROMANCE about them...
Someone get her a towel!
Someone get her a towel!
Well, was it pea soup? Eeewww.
Well, was it pea soup? Eeewww.
Masks are always creepy. Uh-uh.
Masks are always creepy. Uh-uh.
You get that sometimes.
You get that sometimes.
OH GOD NOT THE EYE ANYTHING BUT THE EYE
OH GOD NOT THE EYE ANYTHING BUT THE EYE
Aw. At least he's putting himself out there.
Aw. At least he's putting himself out there.
...That seems like a reasonable question
...That seems like a reasonable question

Yeah I know, things bordering on lewd conduct isn't my usual family-friendly jam, but... it was just too funny. I had to share it with you guys. And I'm always a sucker for transformative art. That's where two things, especially unlikely things - like really good but unexpected song mashups, or fan videos - coming together to make something that's better than the sum of its already-cool parts.

This series definitely illustrates what the artist/comedian set out to prove: that there's an (apparently) thin line between, uh, love and hate? Love and fear? Sexytime (often failed, pathetic, ridiculously unsexy sexytime) and horror? Ridiculous PornHub comments, and what's going on to hapless heroes in horror flicks?

There's something like that going on there. Probably something profound about human nature. Or maybe it's just something to giggle at, and bemoan the fact that Halloween is over. (What, it's November, we're betwixt Halloween and Christmas, I'm feeling the slump.)

Of course, if you're a Horror fan... isn't every day Halloween? Or an excuse to giggle at/with humanity's silliness?

... Yeeeaahh, I'm done trying to end this ridiculous thing on any kind of profound note, it's just not gonna work this time. Catch ya later!

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