HELL NO: The Sensible Horror Film

[It’s all about social realism and the suspension of disbelief! From the Nerdist blog; watch the trailer here]


HELL NO: The Sensible Horror Film

by Kyle Anderson on October 17, 2013

It’s being hailed as “the most realistic horror movie ever.” Why? Because the characters in it aren’t stupid and don’t put themselves in dumb situations. This hilarious short/faux movie trailer from director Joe Nicolosi shows us every single scenario we’ve ever seen in scary movies, and then it shows the people involved actually doing the things we’ve been yelling at the screens since there have been movies that are scary. It’s a very satisfying 3 and a half minutes.

Scary cabin? Don’t go in there! Mystical puzzle box? Leave it the hell alone! Terrifying monster attacking the city? Drop your camera and run, you idiot! Why isn’t this a feature? Probably because it would be ten minutes long, but still. It’s so satisfying to see people actually behave like people. Hell No was shot in Austin, TX, and features Zero Charisma‘s Sam Eidson as the psycho hillbilly chainsaw guy. What fun! Find more funny movie parodies and things on Pixels Per Second‘s YouTube channel.

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