Scream: The Series Drinking Game

 

Getting through a horror TV show like Scream: The Series is already tough as it is, here’s a drinking game that might help you make it through the show. Season 2 of Scream: The Series will premiere tonight at 11 PM on MTV.

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Take a shot when:

-Noah has a monologue

-A character dies

-Violin music plays

-There is a “plot twist”

 

Take a sip:

-Social media referenced

-Horror movie/show reference

-A character is texting/on the phone

-When some does something stupid

-Horror movie cliche (wandering alone, sex, ect. )

 

Take two sips:

-Brandon James is mentioned

-When blood/body parts are shown

-When someone survives an attack

-Brooke acts like a bitch

-Emma whines

– Noah makes a nerdy reference

-Audrey gets emotional

 

Do you think you can survive this game?

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Hooky: Excerpt #1

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SCENE 1
EXT-LOVER’S LANE,TERRIDALE,ARKANSAS-1959
[FADE IN]

Lover’s Lane, an eerie desolate patch of woods that overlooks a large cliff. The moon shines over like a dimly lit beacon.
ALAN, an African-American teen, about 16 years old, is fleeing from an unknown force. He looks like a deer staring into headlights; blood is dripping from his chin. The sound of footsteps is coming from behind him, but his loud breathing overpowers the sound.

ALAN:
Please, please don’t hurt me.

No response. A shadow of a hook appears on the side of a tree.

ALAN:
I can you give you
whatever you want.

He sees the light of a parking lot and runs towards it.

EXT:THE TERRIDALE DRIVE-IN
A hand reaches in front and grabs Alan. BOBBY, a teenage football player, is standing in front of him, snarling like a bull.

BOBBY:
I got him guys, you can come out
now.

Several other football players emerge from the woods, LIAM, JACK,GERALD,DONALD And DAVID. Liam grabs Alan and throws him to the ground. The other guys form a circle around him. Donald has an umbrella in his hand. “The Creature from the Black Lagoon” is playing on the movie screen.

LIAM:
Now I thought this was supposed to
be a white’s only theater?

He kicks Alan in the chest.

ALAN:
I’m sorry, please, I just wanted to
see the movie.

LIAM:
You just wanted to to see the movie?
This isn’t New York boy. Just because
they’re letting your kind into school’s
now, does not give you the right to walk
wherever you please.

Alan tries to look away, Gerald brutally smacks the back of his head

GERALD:
Now you listen to him boy! Listen good!

LIAM:
There are rules to help separate us lions
from the other zoo animals and you broke
them. You know what they do to people
like you in Missouri? There was a boy
just like you.Now he talked funny to
a white woman and guess what they
did to him?
ALAN: (BEGGING)
No, please!
LIAM:
They took ‘im and dragged his body
from the back of a pickup truck.

ALAN:
Somebody, help me!

Alan gets up, he takes a swing at Liam, hitting him square in the forehead. Donald throws Alan down again and gives him a solid smack in the ribs with the umbrella.

LIAM:
Now that’s not very nice,
you got blood on my varsity
letter.Momma ain’t gonna
like that.

He punches Alan several times. Then he spits on him.
GERALD:
Jack, why don’t you take
a kick?
JACK: (ANXIOUS)
I don’t want to scuff
up my shoes.

ALAN:
Help! Someone please
help me!

LIAM:
I’m not gonna kill you boy,
that goes against the good book.
Besides I don’t wanna see
your momma blubbering on
my television set.

A beautiful girl, MARY, emerges from behind the crowd.

MARY:
Hey, you boys leave him alone!
Do you want to go to prison?

LIAM:
No mam.

JACK:
Mary, stay out of this.

MARY:
No Jack, I won’t and if
you want a ride home,
you best stop picking on him.

The other guys laugh, Jack is extremely embarrassed.

MARY:
You,(points to Alan) go home.
Go home and don’t look back.

Alan gets up and runs away, the other guys leave as well. The movie ends, all the cars in the lot begin to drive away, leaving Jack and Mary alone.

EXT-FRONT OF DRIVE-IN
Gerald stands in front of the drive-in smoking a cigarette. A darkened car pulls up to him. The window rolls down, a figure waves to him. Gerald walks slowly to the car.

MAN:
Excuse me sir, do you know how
to get to Maple street from here?

GERALD:
Yeah, just keep goin’ straight
down this road and take a left
on Bowdoin street. You’ll see
another sign on your right.

MAN:
Thank-you sir.

Gerald is left alone in the parking lot. Another shadowed figure emerges from behind him, and plunges a hook straight through Gerald’s stomach. The killer eyes an old tow truck sitting at the corner of the parking lot.

[PAN ON TOW TRUCK BACK]
[CUT TO OPENING CREDITS]

What to Expect From a Season of American Horror Story

Every year Ryan Murphy releases a new installment of the hit horror anthology, American Horror Story. Each season is set in a new time, with a new story and a new set of characters with settings ranging from a spooky “Murder House” to a 1960’s “Insane Asylum” to a “Coven” in New Orleans and recently a freakshow in Florida, each season has it’s own jenesaisquoi.  Recently there has been much talk over possible connections between seasons of Ryan Murphy’s hit horror anthology, American Horror Story.  Fans are now eagerly anticipating the return of a certain Nun who got possessed by Satan in season. While each season is entirely different, there are many similarities between them as well. Here’s a list of What to Expect From a Season of American Horror Story:

1.Music.

2.Butts.

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3.Non-sexy nurses.

 

 

4.Weird sex scenes.

5.Dismemberment.

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6.Disgusting Food.

7.Out of place guest stars.

 

8.Jessica Lange being bitchy.

9.Serial Killers with Mommy Issues

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10. Some freaky mascot.

Gotta love AHS!

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Real Life Horror #1:

Real Life Horror #1:

Two twelve-year old girls try to commit a murder, inspired by Slenderman. Of all the places this could happened in, this incident occurred Ed Gein’s home state, Wisconsin. This reminds me of a quote from the popular 90’s film Scream, “Movies don’t create psychos, movies make psychos more creative”

FOR RENT: The Next Door Psycho

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    When I was twelve, my aunt and I moved into what we thought to be the apartment of our dreams. Unfortunately the dream was to good to be true and the apartment turned out to be an apartment from hell owned by a very psychotic landlord. For five years we lived above a mentally unstable man who constantly terrorized us. The experience was like something out of Stephen King’s horror classic, The Shining. I am currently writing a book about our experience entitled For Rent. This is a passage from the book:

    “PARADISE is painted canvas that sometimes has a dirt coating smeared beneath its oily strokes. From a far, paradise is a painting of a beautiful eggshell white house, with a large, unreasonably flawless, green backyard, protected by a wall of the most royal looking violet flowers one could ever lay eyes upon. Up close paradise isn’t as aligned to ones dreams as it may have seemed. Paradise is now the outside of a once beautiful house, peeling away as if it were slowly being ripped apart by the shadows of  a cold winters morning. It is a weathered yard, dry and lifeless like the spine of a washed up animal corpse. It has flowers that turn to  thorns and prick you when your back is turned. That is what paradise became when my Aunt and I moved into a house we assumed was our dream home. In reality it was a home for nightmares and our landlord was the boogeyman that ushered our fears inside. Those fears continue to haunt us to this day.

            I often watch shows on the Discovery Channel about landlords living with crazy tenants, but I never see a show where the tenants were living with a crazy landlord. Generally tenants are able to escape such living situations before they escalate. My aunt and I were not so fortunate, for five miserable years we were stuck with an unstable psycho who made Jack Torrence from The Shining look like Bambi. Our friends are often left astonished when we tell them about what it was like living with a madman, they cannot believe how we survived. From the moment we left Milford, Massachusetts to live in Newton, Massachusetts, we were doomed…”