Do you have the guts to watch 13 spine-chilling horror movies back to back in 10 days? If yes, you might stand a chance to bag a reward of $1300 (₹95,514). A US company named FinanceBuzz has rolled out this assignment for a brave-hearted horror movie fan. Through the project, the company is attempting to determine if the budget of a horror movie matches up with the fear it triggers. The selected candidate will receive a Fitbit tracker to record the heart rate at the time of watching the horror movies. Read on to know more.
Go On A Horror Movie Marathon And Win $1300
Horror movies, irrespective of their budget, usually bag a lot of profits. A large number of people all over the world love to experience the spook and thrill delivered through these movies. Now, to determine if the high-budget movies deliver more fear than the low-budget ones, FinanceBuzz is looking for a ‘Horror Movie Heart Rate Analyst’. A tweet by the company reads, “In honor of #spooky season, FinanceBuzz is #hiring a horror fanatic to watch 13 scary movies. We’ll pay the chosen candidate $1,300 & provide a FitBit to record their heart rate during their movie marathon. Do you dare to take on this ghostly gig?”
We'll pay the chosen candidate $1,300 & provide a FitBit to record their heart rate during their movie marathon.
Do you dare to take on this ghostly gig?👻
— FinanceBuzz.com (@financebuzz) September 13, 2021
Which 13 Movies Are To Be Watched?
The thirteen horror movies that the chosen candidate needs to watch are:
2. Amityville Horror
3. A Quiet Place
4. A Quiet Place Part 2
7. The Blair Witch Project
9. Get Out
10. The Purge
11. Halloween (2018)
12. Paranormal Activity
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The participant needs to record the heart rate while watching the high-budget and low-budget horror films with the Fitbit tracker provided by the company. FinanceBuzz will also provide a $50 (approximately ₹3,673.38) gift card to the candidate for covering rental costs. One needs to apply for the assignment by September 26. The winner’s name will be announced by October 1. The candidate must be a US resident not less than 18 years of age. To apply, click here.