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You Might Not Take A Selfie Ever Again After Watching This Terrifying Video

Apparently, she’s not alone when she took a selfie.

Ann Moises





Being an avid fan of the horror/thriller movie genre, I believe I have seen it all. The plots of those movies usually revolve around evil possessions, poltergeists, maniacal psychopaths, zombies, mutations, vampires, werewolves, and zombies. The list does not end there of course.

Sometimes, when you watch those movies, you can already guess what’s going to happen next. That’s exactly why great storytelling and acting are vital to a fan like me. The theme can be so old and worn-out, but given an excellent script and great direction, the film can be mind-blowing.

A good horror film knows how to play with the audience’s imagination. It knows how to use the score and the lighting to keep its viewers on the edge of their seats. It has to capture the viewer’s attention and make them relate to the characters. Every scene is like a song that gradually builds up until it reaches the climax. The story does not have to be lengthy—all it needs are the right elements to make you jump out of your seat or scream. Like this short film.

The plot of this 1:41 short film produced by F*** You Zombie is incredibly simple. It took advantage of a habit— a trend—which everybody is almost guilty of: taking selfies.

I do not want to spoil the thrill (although you may already have an idea) because a great horror film has to have an element of surprise.

So without further ado, watch the film and whether you loved it or hated it, tell us what you think.

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Extreme Longboard Racer Performs Scary 70 Mph Highway Ride

Zak Maytum’s epic 70mph highway ride on a longboard is both impressive and scary to watch.

Mark Andrew



The following video by Colorado-based longboard racer Zak Maytum definitely had me at the edge of my chair. The entertainment level is really high but at the same time, I couldn’t help but feel a bit worried about this safety.

Besides, the footage shows him riding his longboard in full speed while in the Boulder highway. What makes this interesting though is that he was speeding at about 70 miles per hour when the allowed limit on the highway was only 30 miles per hour.

And oh! Zak did the stunt wearing nothing but a flannel shirt, a pair of jeans, some gloves, and what appears to be a cap. It’s impressive but really scary. You'd think this guy had a death wish or something!

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Disabled Student Transforms His Wheelchair Into Epic Mad Max Cosplay

Wheelchair-bound? No problem. Cosplay Convention? Got it covered!

Dondi Tiples



Cosplay Convention? No problem. Wheelchair-bound? Got it covered!

It is very rare to see the words “paraplegic” and “cosplay” in one sentence, but for this college student, his condition and his love for cosplay made for an explosive combination.

Ben Carpenter is a University of Central Florida student who was born with spinal muscular atrophy. Himself a miracle after having survived the high infant mortality rate for someone born with this condition, Ben is currently an engineering major who has managed to get to and from his classes on a wheelchair.

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Weatherman Pronounces 58-Letter-Long Welsh Town Name and Doesn’t Get Tongue-tied

Nailed it.

Ann Nuñez



Liam Dutton, a 13-year TV and radio weather forecaster, has been tasked to pronounce the most challenging name of a place - and he nailed it.

The said place, with 58 letters for its name, has the longest name in Britain. If you want to try and pronounce it for yourself, here it is: Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwlll­lantysiliogogogoch. I bet you'll get your tongue twisted trying to pronounce that.


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