The guys at Cinefix reviewed some of the most famous horror films in history to try to figure out what is it that makes us enjoy them so much. At first glance, the fact of getting pleasure by being terrified seems uncanny, but apparently there's a scientific explanation for that behaviour and here it is:
This Is Why Horror Films Hurt So Good
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