We can all agree that every aspect of a horror movie is so beyond extreme. And by every, we mean the sex and the gore — things that are polar opposites, but paired together as a horror flick hallmarks. But what’s the point of the completely random scenes of moaning and bare boobs in these terrifying scenarios? Is it to act as relief (literally) from the scariness? To build suspense? To be the most undercover form of birth control ever?
We may not ever truly figure it out, but until we do, we recommend you don’t have sex when a psycho killer is outside your door, in the woods, or under your bed. Sadly, getting down to business in a horror flick is almost always a sign that your time is done. After taking a look at sex scenes from movies like Friday the 13th and Jason Goes to Hell, unplanned pregnancy will quickly become the most desirable outcome of your sexcapades.
Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)
Having sex in the woods is just a bad idea to begin with. If the mysterious animals and bugs aren’t enough to creep you out, the psycho killer should be. One minute you’re moaning in pleasure, the next you’re cut in half. When you play, you pay, right?
Cabin Fever (2002)
Fellas, next time you get completely grossed out when it’s your girl’s time of the month, think of this as the alternative.
As the calendar rolls into November, WWE fans have even more reason to be thankful.
The company is offering new subscribers access to the WWE Network free for the month of November, as well as a simplified new price plan that will enable subscribers to pay a $9.99 monthly fee with with no further commitment, and the ability to cancel at any time they please.
The network features a virtual anthology of all things sports entertainment, from legends from Hulk Hogan to Bret “The Hitman” Hart to “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, to present day superstars such as John Cena and Randy Orton. In addition to access to a video-on-demand library featuring all WWE, WCW, and ECW pay-per-views, the network features exclusive programming such as original series, reality shows and documentaries.
In terms of value, USA Today called the network “a no-brainer for even casual viewers from a consumer standpoint.”
WWE Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer Michelle Wilson said the organization is “excited to offer” subscribers the special “to experience all of our live programming, explore thousands of hours of video-on-demand content, and watch Survivor Series, one of our most popular events.”
Wilson said that “research, combined with best practices in digital subscription businesses, affirms our belief that a simple, single price plan will help us continue to grow WWE Network’s subscriber base.”