I’ve always loved scary movies, and while my parents tried their best to herd me toward more age-appropriate television, I did my best to seek the opposite. If I was terrified, I was hooked.
Psychologists say that some people are wired to respond to the adrenaline rush that comes with scary movies. These are the same people who tend to like roller coasters (which I do).
I’ve compiled a list of 20 of my favorite flicks for Halloween and have grouped them for different audiences and age groups. Check them out on WiseBread.com – and watch the scariest at your own risk.
Source: Twentieth Century Fox
Whether you go to the movies on a date, as an escape or just for the popcorn, you probably aren’t looking for a life lesson. But that doesn’t mean you can’t learn a thing or two. Indeed, if there’s any topic that’ll grab people by the heartstrings, it’s a story about men and women who follow their hearts and, along the way, discover what’s really important in life.
Yes, love and family are right up there, but we’re talking about money. In fact, money – or the pursuit of money – is the driving force in more than a few movies. So, what do some classic movies have to teach us about money and finance? Find out in my new post on GoldenGirlFinance.com.