This cable company wants to pay you $1300 if you can watch all the 13 Stephen King movies before Halloween.
There is a reason why Stephen King is called 'The Master of Horrors' because he can imagine and pen down his novels in a way that it seems that the novels possessing the almost supernatural ability to devour your lazy afternoons whole. All the fans have many happy, but terrifying memories of being curled up in our blankets and reading a novel by King during school summer holidays.
Now, this company is offering $1,300 to watch 13 movies based on Stephen King's classic novels before Halloween comes around. The company, known as USDish launched the spooky competition online ahead of the release of "It: Chapter 2" and "Doctor Sleep." Following the website, the company is looking for a specific type of candidate for "the scariest social experiment of the season. USDish wrote, "This job is not for the faint of heart, but it could be for you. The ideal candidate has to be detail-oriented enough to track their experience."
The winner of this honor will have to keep a track of literally everything about the challenge, including heart rate, jump scares, viewing partner and even your sleeping pattern. The list of the movies that the winner has to watch includes "Carrie," "Children of the Corn," "Christine," "Creepshow," "Cujo," "Dreamcatcher," "It," "The Mist," "Pet Sematary," "Salem's Lot," "The Shining" and "Thinner and Misery." For some viewers, they have the option of watching the remake or the newer version as part of the list.
The company will also provide a FitBita movie theater gift card and a survival kit that comes with a flashlight, blanket, popcorn, candy, and some Stephen King paraphernalia. The only condition here is that the participant has to be more than 18 years old and a U.S. citizen or resident. The application ends on October 15.
The description from the company itself reads, "You will track your heart rate and jump scares. You’ll let us know who joined in on the scares with you. You’ll let us know what you thought before watching certain movies, and if your feelings changed after you completed them. You’ll even log your sleep — if you can sleep. We want to know all this and more! We’ll provide a worksheet to help guide you along the way, but you’re not limited to what we give you—feel free to share your thoughts, like a journal, and give us all the frightening deets!"