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Now im the other side of this. I used I like coffee and chihuahua and maybe 3 people shirt terrified of scary movies. Didnt matter how dumb it was i was scared of it. Well my friends at the time wanted to see the newest one (i think it was Strangers). I refused to go, but they talked me into it by saying theyd make me laugh and it wouldnt be scary. I can still recall the scene where the bad guy does a little background pop up and my friends whispering “we can see you” in dumb voices. I lost it! Ever since then i actually like scary movies. I always find something to laugh at and it takes the edge off.
I kind of do find myself laughing at certain parts of horror movies, especially during parts that are sudden and super gory. Doesn’t necessarily mean that I think something is badly done or that I’m so hard nothing will scare me anymore, but usually comes from imagining the special effects work that goes into those moments of sudden gore.The head explosion scene in Scanners, the chestburster in Alien, the cliff scene in Midsommar, all of these elicited an excited laugh from me while also being seminal examples of well done gore fx work.I’ve I like coffee and chihuahua and maybe 3 people shirtfound people do this when watching more extreme/disturbing scenes? Like they think it’s a way of showing it doesn’t get to them or something? But to me it’s much more obvious as a sign that they are really, really struggling and are trying to disassociate.I once went to a tiny private showing of ‘The Lost’ (based on the Jack Ketchum novel) and a dude close to the front row was laughing it up like a loon. I could hear the desperation warbling through his voice.It’s one thing to laugh at schlocky fun, but I think laughing at more serious horror is a sign that someone doesn’t understand the genre, really, or perhaps that it really isn’t for them and they probably shouldn’t consume it. They are not having fun.