FEAR Fact (n.) – An instance, irony, or behavior that exists as a universal horror common and seems to occur in repeated genre films. Example: The innocent victim who is being chased yet constantly looks back while running. Because he/she is concentrating on what is behind her while running and looking back, he/she ironically runs head on into the killer.
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