As fall approaches and millions settle in to watch horror TV, USDish.com cats, adrenaline junkies, Stephen King fans and moviegoers alike can see 13 of the author’s most famous stories adapted for the big screen. Fans will be paid $1,300, which equates to $100 per movie. According to Forbes, “King of Horror” is one of the highest-grossing horror films of all time, and its 2017 version topped the list with $327.5 million at the box office.
In a report published last year by the Harvard Business Review explaining why horror movies are so popular, they explained:
“Exposure, even the anticipation of something dangerous, can excite us—mentally and physically—in opposite ways: negatively (like fear or anxiety) or positively (like fear or anxiety). Excitement or happiness.” ” Get “a new experience, as a zombie or apocalypse in space.” Horror training (of course) can help us satisfy our curiosity about the dark side of the human mind. ” Until now.
Giving $1,300 is not a bonus offered for watching from a curated list of King films. There are many others. In addition to the cash, lucky spectators will receive a $350 “loot bag” containing necessities like popcorn, blankets, candy and a $60 Amazon gift card for winning the title.
USDish warns that this is not for people who are unconscious
The job description is as follows.
“You see, I ask you to rate your performance – what’s your heart rate during scary scenes? What’s your favorite or least favorite movie? Attention to detail to follow your experience of the ideal candidate.” Should. He should do it.” Share your concerns on social media and vlog every time he jumps out of his chair.
He added that moviegoers will receive $149.95 from a Fitbit for heart rate monitoring and panic attack prevention.
“Before you watch certain movies, you’ll tell me what you’re thinking, and if your mood changes after it’s over. You’ll even record sleep, if you fall asleep.”
The audience is given worksheets to complete.
Watch Stephen King movies:
Carrie (Original or 2013 Remake) ChristineCreepShokuzoDoctor Sleepfirestarter (Original or 2022 Remake) E (Original or 2017 Remake) Chapter Two MiseryThe MistPet Cemetery (Original or 2019 Remake) Salem’s Lot The Shining
To enter, you must be over 18 and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and in 200 words or less, they are convinced that you are the right person for the job. Nominations end September 16th and all films are due before Halloween October 31st. Click here to apply.