One of the most delicious yet awful feelings is when you finish watching a horror movie and then suddenly you realize you don’t feel safe in your own house. I can’t count the number of times I’ve watching something only to realize once the credits began to roll that every dark corner potentially held a creature that wanted to take my life.
Yes, rationally speaking I fully understood that this couldn’t be the case. There aren’t monsters and even if there are they are almost certainly not interested in someone like me. But that doesn’t stop the feeling from manifesting itself and refusing to let go…at least for that night. So what am I supposed to do to make myself feel better? Or, at the very least, to feel the slightest bit safer?
The folk over at ForRent have thought about this very problem and have put together an interesting infographic that takes some of horror’s most iconic villains and lays out some suggestions on how to ensure they don’t disturb your place of residence. Do you agree with their methods or are they forgetting something? Let us know in the comments!
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Defending Your Apartment from Monsters Created By: ForRent.com