20 Horror Movies Most People Could Actually Survive
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We've all seen our share of horrors in the past few years. From a deadly pandemic to a highly polarized political landscape and other events too stressful to go into here, it often feels as if the world has turned upside down, and we're left trying to pick up the pieces. It would be logical to assume that we would collectively turn away from the horror genre, opting instead for lighter, more comforting fare, but last year, Forbes reported that macabre movies have been thriving in recent years....

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