People are taking to Twitter and sharing their own experiences of feeling like they are starring in a live version of a horror film. We’ve all been there. That moment when you look around at what should be a normal day in the city, but this time you seen not another soul, not even a single car, and you think to yourself, “Where did all the people go?”
Or perhaps you find yourself driving on a highway and realize you are the only car traveling in one direction while everyone else seems to be going in the opposite direction. You think,”What do they all know that I don’t?”
You’re not alone in getting the “Am I in a horror film?” heebie jeebies.
Like the start of a horror film. pic.twitter.com/87tU6VYiRk
— Sarah Deaves (@sarah_deaves) December 24, 2017
I think this is how a horror movie starts pic.twitter.com/dEPxnJsVF0
— Jamie McKelvie (@McKelvie) May 8, 2018
I am in a horror movie pic.twitter.com/TfTf9fD0Rt
— nom.com (@NelleThomas) January 16, 2018
Looks like the start of a horror movie pic.twitter.com/oa2XlDHYQd
— Virgil Van Guma (@markopolo94) October 4, 2017
this is now the second time I’ve seen this sheep-mask car and I’m now legitimately concerned that I am in a horror movie. pic.twitter.com/rMGKjPDeTf
— Kelsey Widman (@kelswid) April 19, 2018
Just walked past this, looks like the start of a horror movie pic.twitter.com/7xmgNaCSrI
— Sam Ball (@thesamball) November 3, 2017
Now this is just plain common sense.
Random dudes at gas station: could you give us a ride to our car? It's five minutes down the road.
Dude: Why not? I can give you money, I have cash.
Me: because I'm a hot girl all alone, this is how horror movies start.
— leahearth (@leah__earth) May 2, 2018
H/T: Twitter Moments