American finance company Finance Buzz offers $ 1,300 to anyone selected to view 13 horror movies (including ‘Saw’, ‘Amityville’, ‘Insidious’ and ‘Paranormal Activity’) over the course of 10 days. The company thus intends to find out if, within this genre, high-budget films cause more fear than those made with little funding.
To determine this, it will be monitored the pulse of the lucky (or unlucky) spectator while watching larger or smaller budget tapes. In addition to the award, the chosen one will receive a bonus of $ 50 “to cover the rental costs and finance his feast of fear.”
Those who want to participate can send their applications until September 26, but they must meet two requirements: be over 18 years old and reside in the US The company will announce the name of the selected one on October 1, who will be obliged to see all the films between the 9th and the 18th of the same month. His only other obligation will be to classify the films according to what he considers to have required a greater or lesser budget to produce them.