When I was a kid, my parents didn't let me watch any horror movies, which is normal, but as a rebellious, annoying child, I always found a way to watch a few scenes of those movies. Some of them were really disturbing for me to see (e. g. "Bless the Child" was the most disturbing in my opinion) which made me regret what I did. The thing is, I seem to still have a problem whenever I decide to watch a horror movie; I always get scared and cover my eyes whenever I think something is going to happen. Now It's been almost a year since I have watched any sort of such movies, and it makes me really upset. It's like I got it reversed; I watched them when I was young and can't now that I'm grown up. I get scared whenever I think about the possibility of getting nightmares. I'm absolutely sure this is not normal.. is there some way I could get over such feelings?
Most Helpful Guy
Watch the less frightening ones first and work your way up to the more horrifying ones, personally I don't know why you want to watch em, they are so predictable it is quite literally the same base scenario over and over again with everyone making the same mistakes and there is no real story to them, at least the classic horror movies had a good story and characters to em.0
Most Helpful Girl
Its normal some people are like that and many friends of mine. I am 15 and the opposite I love horror movies and watch them all the time. I don't know horror movies never affected me I can watch horror movies before I sleep and maybe even laugh at some scenes. Well its just me maybe cause I'm kind of heartless don't know.0