Let's face it - we all cringe a little when it comes to horror movies. But have you ever wondered what would happen if real life became a horror movie? Would you survive, or would you die some nasty death by the hands of an otherworldly being?
You're home alone and you hear a loud noise. What do you?
- Turn on the lights and call the police.
- Turn off all the lights and hide.
- Grab the nearest weapon and begin to search the house.
You decide to go on a camping trip. Where do you go?
- The dark woods behind my house.
- A crowded, well-lit campground.
- The creepy cabin outside of town.
You're exploring a mansion at night with some friends. Do you stay together?
- We split up, but stay close just in case.
- We stay together.
- We split up and search the mansion.
You have to cross a marsh full of dead people. What do you do?
- Ditch the guide and use the water to hide your tracks.
- Follow the lights. Lights are good right?
- Follow a deceptive, sneaky guide.
You have one chance to kill the villain. How do you kill him?
- You stab him many times and leave him for dead.
- You shoot him over and over again.
- You decapitate him in one swift, bold move.
You're running from whatever's behind you. You trip. What do you do next?
- Turn around and face the monster.
- Crawl across the floor and hide under a desk.
- Get up and run for the backdoor.
You meet a man who seems a little crazy, yet he warns you that you're in danger. Do you trust him?
- Yes and no; he may be actually setting up a trap.
- No; I run immediately. He's probably a killer.
- Yes. He'll protect us in his house.
The car won't start and a killer's chasing you. What do you do?
- Hide under the seat. Maybe the killer doesn't know you're in the car.
- Frantically work on the car until it starts.
- Get out of the car and run for your life.
You think your kids are possessed. Where do you take them?
- The asylum. That's where you take crazy kids right?
- The hospital. They'll take care of them.
- The police station. Lock them up until we get them sorted out.
You think you've made it. The danger is over. What do you do now?
- I'll go and celebrate with my family. The horror is over.
- I'll take a long nap. I'll make sure to keep a weapon by my bed, just in case.
- The danger is never over. I prepare for whatever comes next.