I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I think about Spider-man more than the average person. When I was 19, I wrote a thesis about why comics-readers will never truly find love as long as Mary Jane, (posited in the thesis as the ideal woman), exists in their consciousness.
Chances are the horror movies you've seen are actually fairly normal when compared to these.
Red Dawn might be the most anti-American movie made outside of the Middle East.
Think about everything you love about cartoons and comics, then take a hammer to those thoughts. That's what these are.
There's not a movie on Earth that wouldn't be drastically improved by the addition of zombies.
If they made a sequel it would be a precautionary tale.
In every movie they manage to develop the most advanced technology on Earth, only to use it for the most helmet-wearingly dumbass purposes.
People in movies are bored to tears by the daily monster attacks and underdog miracles and high speed chases (though on the plus side, Social Security and pension funds wouldn't be in crisis because nobody ever reaches retirement). This begs the question: What crazy stories would boggle the minds of characters in movies?
In terms of social benefit, Batman's got nothing on this guy.
When done in real life, many of the tricks used by onscreen singletons to successfully woo potential lovers can get you put away for a long time.
It's hard enough to make a good movie or TV show, but apparently some of the stuff you watch or listen to also contains secret hidden messages that only close examination will reveal. Or, at least, that's what countless conspiracy theorists around the internet would have us believe.