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question of the day: What scary setting would you like to see a horror movie take place in?

A followup to yesterday’s question about scary movies:

What setting would you like to see a horror movie take place in?

Could be a location you’ve never seen a horror movie set in, or a kind of place that’s underutilized.

Me, I’d like to see more scary movies in urban settings. It’s always the lonely house in the country or the remote campground that horror movies turn to, and it’s easy to see why: isolated characters are more vulnerable. But cities are full of scary places, too: dark subway tunnels, winding streets, empty warehouses… It might be harder to write a convincing horror movie set in a city — you’d need a reason for the protagonists not to just call 911, for instance — but that would make a successful such movie all the more fun.

(If you have a suggestion for a QOTD, feel free to email me.)



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