13 Of The Worst Clichés About Women That You'll Find In Every Horror Movie
If you're blonde and conventionally pretty, you'll probably die.
So, first of all, if you're a female character in a horror movie and you're a blonde, there's a 99.9999% chance you will die.
And if you aren't blonde but you show even the tiniest smidgen of your sexuality, you'll still die.
As a female character, you'll also apparently decide to have sex at the worst possible time — and it ends up causing your downfall.
If you want to survive a horror movie, you basically have to be a virgin or a total saint.
And if you're not a virgin, try not to take too many showers while the most dangerous murderer in the country is running loose in the area, just FYI.
You might be the lone voice of reason in your group of friends, but they won't listen to you.
When you're being chased in your home, you'll always run upstairs.
While climbing those stairs, you will trip a billion times.
You'll also have a nagging feeling about that weird Victorian house your husband wanted to move into — but again, no one will listen to you.
You ask, "Is anyone there?" when you damn well know something creepy is lurking around.
If you're a mother, your children will most likely be possessed at some point in the film or another.
And again: You'll notice that something's off, while everyone else in the family chalks it off to ~boys being boys~ or whatever.
So, to recap: You'll just be trying to live your life and have sex and do your thing, no one will listen to you until it's just waaaaay too late — and by then, you'll probably be dead already.
This post was translated from Spanish.
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