The Horror Schwab is Back!

I saw this on Carolyn Jewel’s blog — didn’t I tell you I’m the Horror Schwab? *g* Besides, parts of these past few weeks did resemble a horror film (I’m thinking of this semester’s registration day — uh-oh).

Your result for How Long Would you Survive in a Horror Film?…

The Killer

68% chance of survival!

You would think the hero/heroine would out survive the villain, but that’s rarely the reality in a horror film. Sure, when they tossed your body through that meat grinder and cooked your severed head in battery acid it looked like you were done for good, but the chances of the killer staying dead forever are extremely slim. Ok, so you’ll probably be stabbed, shot, burned, run over and even exorcised at some point but as the star of the movie, you’ll always find a way to come back.

Congratulations! This is the highest score you could have gotten!

Some villains you should look to for inspiration: Pinhead from the Hellraiser series; Pennywise, IT; The Firefly Family, House of 1000 Corpses; Krug, Junior, Weasel and Sadie, Last House on the Left; and Angela Baker, Sleepaway Camp

All possible results:


The Black Guy

The Horror Aficionado

The Hero/Heroine

The Killer

Please remember to rate, but more importantly, please message me if you’ve found any blatant errors (especially with the results page and links). Thanks!

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4 thoughts on “The Horror Schwab is Back!

  1. Laura Vivanco

    Oh no! I’m scared now. I’ll have to stay well away from you because I’m the heroine:

    60% chance of survival!

    This character is usually female, tall, dark haired, and virginal. The heroine is never a part of the scene with the requisite horror movie nudity, and she uses her wits to defeat the monster/killer in the end, though, of course, he never really dies. She is the person that will undoubtedly last through the whole movie, because she is probably the first character introduced and the only one with unabashedly perfect moral values and in immense force of will. However, if brought back in a sequel her acquired knowledge of said villain may get her killed (See: The Horror Aficionado).

    Heroes/Heroines you could learn something from: Ben, Night of the Living Dead; Peter, Dawn of the Dead; Laurie Strode, Halloween; and Ash, Evil Dead I, Dead II, and Army of Darkness.

  2. Carolyn

    Wow Sandy! You are teh scary awesome.

    I’m staying away from you, too. Laura and I can have doughnuts and share survival strategies.

  3. Sandra Schwab

    Hehe, I’ve gotz a scary voice, too! (Practiced it on the aforementioned registration day. I call it my Commander Voice. *g*)

    And doughnuts? Ooooh, doughnuts remind me of the new Spooks series and Richard Armitage licking sugar off his thumb. (Yum!)

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