My post today was going to be much different, but i found inspiration with this. I have never enjoyed horror movies, and i had a hard time placing why. My friends liked them, and girls especially liked them (which i found perplexing since these were the same girls i saw as pure and innocent at the time), but I did not. The best thing i could come up with was that they invoked a feeling of helplessness. Why is this killer/monster/zombie/doll/whatever so powerful and these people are so weak? And why is the director doing everything he can to project those feelings of helplessness towards the viewer? Now after my red pill transformation I understand that its because the target audience is women. Think about it this way, the best selling horror movies have a dominant male villian, who is some combination of sadistic, psychopathic, narcissistic, and Machiavellian. Those of you versed in the manosphere know that women find these qualities attractive, and male violence also gets the tingles going. As much as women would like to deny all of this, their actions tell us the truth. They go to see these movies because feeling helpless at the whims of a dominant, violent man is an erotic experience for them. And men are labeled as perverts for watching porn. Who’s perverse now?