In the summer of 2020, a new horror movie is coming out that you need to see. How can you avoid spoiling it?
Never spoil the movie. The easiest way to avoid spoiling a horror movie is to see it in a theater. See it on TV and then bring your adult memories into it.
You might have seen some clips from the movie or even heard a song from it. If so, take a little bit of information about the character and decide if you like them. If you haven’t seen the movie, think about the actors you like and if you like them, see how they look together. They may already be playing a part in the movie, but their acting ability isn’t the only thing you have to consider.
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Guess what? While you are figuring out who is in the movie, you’re probably reading this! So, if you can, watch the film when it’s not being shown on television.
If you aren’t planning on seeing the movie, stop reading right now and go buy a ticket or two for a movie you don’t mind the spoilers. I’m sure you can find a DVD or some video on the Internet with the movie already in it. If not, just read the book or watch the trailer.
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Many horror movies are based on novels, meaning the book may already be out and available in the public domain. If you go to the website to read the book, you may already know where the movie is coming from.
If you do find a trailer of the movie or a clip online, be aware that the movie itself can be one of the most exciting times in your life. It’s the feeling of anticipation that will be coming from the movie alone. If you can, get it while you still can! If not, just go with your gut.
If you know the cast of the movie and you are having fun watching the movie, you should at least consider watching it the next time it comes out. Don’t tell anybody. Just enjoy the movie as you do!
The newest horror movie of 2020, Annabelle, just came out and you need to see it. Your best bet is to see it in a theater before you decide what you are going to do with the rest of your life.
When I tell you about the news that the first of many horror movies of the next year is Annabelle, I want you to take some precautions. Don’t spoil yourself.
I hope that you can get out there and watch a horror movie this summer. But please, remember to watch it in a theater and not the living room. Only then will you truly be spoiling yourself.