Happy Valentine’s Day to all but those morons.
Over the years, horror movies have served up a number of truly iconic characters. But for every standout performance, there are several obnoxious, objectionable, and/or selfish characters we remember for all the wrong reasons. So, with that in mind, I think back to a series of key horror movie players who don’t really deserve a card, candy, or a kindred spirit to spend Valentine’s Day with. Aside from the fact that many of these characters didn’t survive the movies they appeared in, I think each of the characters below would benefit from spending February 14and alone. My hope is that each of them will learn to love themselves so that one day they will be able to receive love from others.
Thirty of Friday 13and
Trent has to recognize that the world doesn’t revolve around him and there’s more to life than being rich and spoiled. Plus, the selfish playboy should be careful to remember that perfect nipple placement is no excuse for stepping on the person you gave your heart to. Trent is incorrigible and will probably never learn. But maybe spending this Valentine’s Day alone will allow him to take the time to take stock of what’s really important.
Billy Loomis from Scream
Poor Sydney. Billy is bad news. He is damaged and far from ready for a relationship with a woman of his composure and grace. With hindsight being 20/20, perhaps this Valentine’s Day would be a good time for Billy to be alone with his thoughts and reflect on how his violent and selfish actions have hurt the people around him. It’s the least he can do.
Jack Torrance from the brilliant
Despite being an iconic character with heavily quoted dialogue, Jack Torrance was not a pleasant person. Based on what happens while he’s at the Overlook Hotel and the abuse he allegedly suffered before with his family, he doesn’t deserve candy hearts, chocolate boxes, heart balloons. helium or the traditional brass band. Thinking back on it, I’d say Jack Torrance deserves to be left out this February 14th.and.
Mrs. Carmody of Mist
Mrs. Carmody is a special type of villain. His words are weaponized and his religious beliefs are as dangerous as a nuclear warhead. My advice for her would be to spend this Valentine’s Day alone and remember that actions have consequences and that according to the biblical text she so often refers to, only God can judge.
Franklin of Chainsaw Massacre
Franklin is a bit pessimistic and that’s probably one of the reasons he’s single. Navigating life with a disability is probably very complex, and in that respect I have a lot of empathy for him. But given that he’s incredibly stubborn and his outlook is quite negative, I dare say that Franklin isn’t in the right frame of mind to give or receive love. So, maybe Franklin will spend this Valentine’s Day taking care of yourself, remembering that in order to be loved, you must first remember to love yourself.
Carol from A dark night
Carol is a nerd brain and doesn’t seem to understand that love is a two-way street where you have to put aside your selfish desires in favor of selfless sacrifice. When she discovers the meaning of being selfless, only then will she be ready for love. When she can be happy for Julie (the young woman she plans to introduce to her sorority) and Steve (her ex who got together with Julie), rather than resentful, maybe she will find a companion decent who appreciates her quirks and neglects her. defaults. For now, I think Carol is in the best position to spend the holidays solo as she works to be her best self.
Marguerite White in Carrie
Stephen King has a real knack for crafting a villain driven by religious bigotry. And Margaret White is another great example. Mrs. White is a very busy person with a hateful heart. But with the help of some major deprogramming, maybe she could one day be in the right frame of mind to find love. Until then, she should probably spend Valentine’s Day alone, learning why “dirty pillows” are natural, normal, and even have the potential to provide significant pleasure to those who are able to open their minds and think. freely.
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