July 22, 2024

I HATE THIS HORROR CLOWN



Published May 28, 2023, 1:20 p.m. by Jerald Waisoki


As a society, we've become obsessed with technology. We've developed an dependence on it that's both unhealthy and dangerous. It's time to take a step back and reassess our relationship with technology, particularly when it comes to horror.

horror is a genre that's always been popular, but in recent years it's exploded in popularity. A big part of that is due to the rise of streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, which have made it easier than ever to watch horror movies. But there's another factor at play here: our growing obsession with technology.

We now live in a world where we're constantly tethered to our devices. We're constantly checking our phones, our laptops, our tablets. We're always online, always connected. And that has had a profound effect on the way we consume horror.

These days, we're no longer content to simply watch a horror movie. We want to be actively involved in the experience. We want to be able to interact with the characters and the world. We want to feel like we're part of the story.

And that's where horror games come in.

horror games are the perfect marriage of our love of technology and our love of horror. They allow us to be actively involved in the story, to make choices that affect the outcome, to feel like we're part of the experience. They're the perfect way to scratch our itch for both horror and technology.

But there's a dark side to this obsession with technology and horror. Because as much as we love being scared, we also love sharing those scares with others. And that's where things can get dangerous.

There's a fine line between sharing a scary story and actively trying to scare someone. And thanks to the power of technology, it's become easier than ever to blur that line. With a few clicks of a button, we can now share horrifying images and videos with people all over the world. We can share our fears, our nightmares, with anyone and everyone.

And that's where the trouble starts.

Because when you share something scary with someone, you're not just sharing a story. You're planting a seed in their mind, a seed that will grow and fester and eventually blossom into a full-blown fear. And once that fear takes root, it can be very difficult to get rid of.

So be careful what you share. Be careful what you share with your friends, your family, your loved ones. Be careful what you share with the world. Because you never know who might be susceptible to your scares.

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