One thing about me and that is if I have a little free time to enjoy. I am going to hit one of my favorite streaming services and pull up a movie to enjoy. Sometimes it can be a classic comedy or even a documentary. But one of my favorite genres will have to be horror. That is why I was excited that I may have the chance to get a side hustle enjoying some of my favorite horror titles.

A finance company is currently offering to pay someone to watch 13 horror movies in October and secure the bag of $1,300.00. This is being done to see if the size of the budget of the movie actually impacts the draw for the movie. The lucky or unlucky person depending on how you look at it will have to watch movies between October 9 until October 18. Check out the titles and see if you would be interested in watching these classic gems listed below.

Saw, Amityville Horror, A Quiet Place, A Quiet Place Part 2, Candyman, Insidious, The Blair Witch Project, Sinister, Get Out, The Purge, Halloween (2018), Paranormal Activity, Annabelle which have all done well in the theaters. The task is whether or not you can endure the scary moments alone and in the privacy of your home. You will be required to wear a Fitbit to monitor your heart rate while you try and make it through the 13 movies.

The winner will be rewarded a Fitbit Tracker, $1,300, and a $50 gift card to cover the rental costs of the movies. If you think that you can handle it, fill out a form and let them know why you are the best person for the job. This is something I would love to do. I remember it like it was yesterday watching characters like Michael Myers, Jason, and Freddy Krueger and I still love them all. Even if I am not chosen I am already anticipating the release of the new Halloween that will be released next month as well as the new thriller from Saw creator James Wan "Malignant". Here are some trailers for upcoming movies that will shake you up and make you appreciate horror at the same time.

The Night House:

We Nee To Do Something:

There's Someone Inside Your House:

Last Night In Soho:

 

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