Kleptollama (corellianrogue) wrote,

Why do people in horror movies always go around exploring dark houses for monsters without turning the lights on? Honestly, people, even if you DON"T think there's a monster (and no one ever does in these movies until it's too late), wouldn't it just makes SENSE to turn on a light so you could, I dunno, SEE STUFF?


ETA: And since when do rooms in psych wards lock from the inside? Or rooms in hospitals in general?
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