We are almost halfway through October, and it's time for more horror movie poems. The answers are below.

  1. The rules are always the same
    At least that's the killer's claim
    While there's only one villain
    They've had many fill in
    Question is "would you like to play a game?"
  2. Your life choices put you here
    In a puzzle with lots to fear
    You must be willing to bleed
    To get what you need
    And if you pass you'll get the all clear
  3. A black hood with a white face
    Is what's terrorizing this place
    Who is under the mask
    Is all anyone can ask
    Up the stairs she goes during the chase
  4. In a hoes for a single night
    Is where these strangers will fight
    They must use lots of tools
    To defeat all the ghouls
    Shot at the end, he wasn't white
  5. In the aftermath his routine's the same
    His friend just wants to play a game
    Two ladies he must get to
    He may even grab a brew
    For the title, just look to his name
  6. This story takes place out at sea
    Snapping is was begins this killing spree
    You all want this gift
    But it'll set you adrift
    In the end "not falling" is what you'll be
  7. A box is where this will start
    Watching takes a strong heart
    Your life will become pains
    As blood throws in your veins
    Their goal is to tear you apart

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Answers:

  1. Saw OR Scream. I did this on specifically to trip up Buzz. Of course he complained about it.
  2. Saw
  3. Scream
  4. Night of the Living Dead
  5. Shaun of the Dead
  6. Ghost Ship
  7. Hellraiser