There are horror movies that will give you nightmares, and cause you to fear showers and shallow waters for decades.
There are some that get deep under your skin – often times because they've literally flayed or burrowed under their characters' skins – and others that will make you see everyday items (a bowl of pea soup, a hockey mask, a videotape) in a horrifying new light.
And then there are the ones that push so many social-taboo envelopes, strike so many collective raw nerves and tweak so many communal gag reflexes that they are a cut, if you will, above the rest.
We've all seen good scary movies and bad scary movies – it's the really ugly ones, however, that tend to generate the most memorable and notable notoriety.
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I would personally avoid this very bold look.’ Although, if you insist, she suggests wearing a pair of big pants in your skin tone underneath and taping the top of the slits down.
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