Prepare your popcorn. A financing company based in the US will pay $1,300 to watch 13 scary movies in October, putting you in the mood for Halloween far ahead of time. FinanceBuzz is looking for volunteers to watch 13 scary movies while wearing a Fitbit gadget to find a ‘Horror Movie Heart Rate Analyst.’ The goal is to track your heart rate and see if the budget of a film influences its effectiveness. Let’s see what the buzz is all about.
Why exactly will they pay someone $1,300 to watch horror movies
Horror films, of all the numerous sorts of films that have been released, are the most profitable, regardless of the budget allocated for their production.
It’s not all about high-end special effects and CGI scares for a film to make your hair stand on end and send shivers up your spine. Most horror films are frightening because of their plot, not because of the production studio’s budget. In comparison to superhero sequels and well-known blockbusters, some of the most magnificent slasher films and horrifying thrillers were made for pennies on the dollar. In 2007, the film Paranormal Activity was made for only $15,000 and grossed over $193 million at the box office.
With Halloween approaching, all streaming sites and stations will begin showing some of your favorite scary movies. In light of the forthcoming Halloween season, FinanceBuzz is curious if high-budget horror films deliver more scares than low-budget horror films.
Wearing a Fitbit to measure your heart rate while working your way through the list of 13 movies below will help them figure out if a movie’s budget affects how dread-inducing it can be. You’ll also rank the films based on how much you think their production budgets will be.
The scary movie queue:
This is a mix of high-budget and low-budget horror movies.
A Quiet Place
A Quiet Place Part 2
The Blair Witch Project
What you will receive?
The company will pay to watch scary movies and will give a Fitbit to track your heart rate throughout your movie analysis, as well as $1,300 and a $50 gift card to cover rental charges to help you fund your fear fest.
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