Little Shop of Horrors (1986)-Your dentist dreads your appointments.
Basket Case (1982)-You’re sincere when you say you like sunsets and long walks on the beach.
Re-Animator (1985)-You were the first person in your neighborhood to buy a Prius.
The Blair Witch Project (1999)-You’re still the only person in your neighborhood who owns a Prius.
Paranormal Activity (2007)-You tell everyone you’re getting a hybrid vehicle next year.
The Thing (1982)-You think your man bun draws attention away from your attempts to grow a beard.
Get Out (2017)-You have at least three NPR tote bags.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)-You were once arrested for indecent exposure at a nude beach.
Saw (2004)-Your safe word is “tricycle”.
Hellraiser (1987)-Your safe word is “pinhead” but you’ve never used it.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)-You have no safe word.
The Black Cat (1934)-You’ve unironically described an office party as “a hootenanny”.
The Amityville Horror (1979)-You once electrocuted yourself changing a light bulb.
Hocus Pocus (1993)-You check under the bed before you go to sleep.
The Babadook (2014)-You sleep under the bed.
It’s Alive! (1974)-One of your grade school report cards said “Plays a little too well with others.”
Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1956)-You laugh at conspiracy theories.
Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1978)-You laugh at people who don’t take conspiracy theories seriously.
Sssssss (1973)-You’ve been banned from zoos because you disturb the animals.
The Hills Have Eyes (1977)-You’ve been banned from watching Sesame Street because you disturb the puppets.
Frankenstein (1931)-You once won a goldfish swallowing contest.
Q: The Winged Serpent (1982)-One of your summer jobs was raising rats for a reptile house.
Suspiria (1977)-You had to give up your dream of teaching kindergarten and settle for working in the ballet.
The Shining (1980)-Your bathroom has an enormous ball of soap made up of leftover hotel soaps.
Rosemary’s Baby (1968)-When asked about breastfeeding you say, “Thanks, but I’m trying to quit.”
Doctor Giggles (1992)-At every checkup your doctor has to listen to you read a list of obscure diseases from your smartphone.
Dracula (1931)-The Halloween aisle at Walgreen’s gives you the creeps.
An American Werewolf In London (1981)-You prefer stout over lager.
Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)-You’ve told the joke about the three bartenders, the Franciscan monk, and the cross-eyed turtle as part of a wedding toast. Twice.
Halloween (1978)-The barbershop quartet you were in broke up over creative differences.
Halloween III: Season Of The Witch (1982)-You once gave a nine year old a dictionary as a gift.
Night Of The Living Dead (1968)-You’ve chosen a restaurant solely because it serves blood pudding.
Dawn Of The Dead (1978)-You’ve said, “Don’t be confused by the name. It’s really more of a sausage.”
Day Of The Dead (1985)-You’ve made your own blood pudding.
The Fly (1958)-You kept a praying mantis as a pet when you were a kid.
The Fly (1986)-You’ve chosen a restaurant solely because it serves fried grasshoppers.
The Exorcist (1973)-You don’t understand why people have a problem with the word “moist”.
The Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)-You tried out for but didn’t make the high school swim team.
Beetlejuice (1988)- Next phase, new wave, dance craze, anyways it’s still rock and roll to you.
Scream (1996)-You’ve spent more than twenty minutes listing the inaccuracies in a film someone casually brought up at a dinner party.
Alien (1979)-You can belch the alphabet.
Carrie (1976)-You attended your thirty year high school reunion but you’re still not sure what Homecoming is supposed to be.
The Raven (1963)-You have unusually strong opinions about the difference between jelly and marmalade.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1992)-You made the high school golf team because they were short a player.
The Wolf Man (1941)-You’ve ordered chicken “medium rare”.
Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)-You dressed up as Nikola Tesla for Halloween when you were a kid.
Ringu (1998)-You still own a VHS player.
Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)-You’ve said to a nurse who was about to give you a flu shot, “Here, let me do it.”
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)-You were once arrested for setting an inflatable Santa on fire in July.
The Stuff (1985)-You make your own granola.
The Addams Family (1991)-You sleep with the lights on.
The Ghost And Mr. Chicken (1966)-You sleep with the lights on during the day.