Rules of a horror movie:
-You can never have sex.
-You can never drink or do drugs.
“It’s a “sin factor, an extension of number one”.
-Never, ever, EVER, under any circumstances say “I’ll be right back”, ‘cause you won’t be back.
Rules of a horror movie sequel:
-The body count is always bigger.
-The death scenes are always much more elaborate, with more blood and gore.
-If you want your films to become a successful franchise, never, ever, under any circumstances assume the killer is dead.
Rules of a horror movie trilogy:
-If the third movie is just another sequel, then the standard rules for a sequel apply.
-However, if you find yourself dealing with an unexpected back story, and a preponderance of exposition, then the sequel rules do not apply. Because you are not dealing with a sequel, you are dealing with the concluding chapter of a trilogy.
-You’ve got a killer who’s gonna be superhuman. Stabbing him won’t work, shooting him won’t work.
Basically in the third one, you gotta cryogenically freeze his head, decapitate him, or blow him up.
-Anyone, including the main character, can die.
-The past will come back to bite you in the ass.
The past is not at rest! Any sins you think were committed in the past are about to break out and destroy you.
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