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I kind of agree with you in one sense, OP. If some macho man makes a point to be like, “Oh, you found scary? I was laughing at it the whole time”! Then yeah, fuck that dude, he’s just putting the movie and the listener down for no real good reason. That bothers me as well.But then there is another way to “laugh at horror”. I love Bowling Colorfull Let The Dood Times Roll Short Hawaiian Hawaiian Shirt, personally. I think campiness in movies is the most honest a story can get. When I watch a campy movie, I feel the human touches all over it. It stops feeling like a production, like a product, like an elaborate lie, and starts feeling like something made by real people. Humans fuck up. We make mistakes. When the veil is sort of lifted on a movie through genuine (not faked) campiness, I feel a closer connection to that movie.It’s not a matter of laughing it, at that point. It becomes laughing it. I don’t enjoy the whole “let’s make fun of the hard work that tons of people put into making this thing!” That feels lazy and, frankly, insulting. But when you laugh with it, even if it wasn’t trying to make you laugh, that’s a different story.I saw the new Conjuring movie with my buddy the other day.
Conversely I find it strange how people can be legitimately afraid of a movie. A jump scare might cause me to flinch or exhale some air from my nose but getting scared from media is strange to me. Which is weird because as a kid I was terrified of scary movies, video games, or just generally anything scary. When I grew up life just stopped being scary if that makes sense. The only time in my adult life I’ve felt genuine fear was when I had sleep paralysis and that is a fear unlike anything I’ve ever experienced in my life and hope to never experience again.