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10 movies where kids are the bad guys

10 movies where kids are the bad guys

The creepy child character has become something of a trope in film, and it’s especially common in horror films. Perhaps it’s the fact that children are generally viewed as naïve or innocent that makes them so disturbing to do disturbing and violent things. Inevitably, it’s human nature to protect young people, so disturbing complications eventually arise in horror movies when a mischievous and naughty child affects another character’s safety or even endangers their life. Read moreVisit Rio de Janeiro... During Carnival!RELATED: From ‘The Shining’ to ‘The Exorcist’: The Scariest Kids In Horror Movies The Grady Girls Wouldn’t Even Play With Horror movies have plenty of scary kids who aren’t necessarily evil, though. But it’s the ones that go the extra mile in making kids the bad guys that the following 10 examples aim to highlight. Also, to keep things interesting, while many of the following movies are horror movies, a few aren’t, which will hopefully show you don’t need to make a movie horror to terrify audiences with young villains. “The Omen” (1976) Read more10 must-do things in Rio de JaneiroIt’s hard to get badder than the literal Antichrist/Devil, and in the classic 1976 horror flick, the omen, the devil himself is reborn in the body of a newborn, which the main characters of the film adopt and try to care for. This turns out to be easier said than done, and violent events plague the family and everyone associated with them, becoming horrifying and intense as the film progresses. It’s hard to think of a kid in movie history who’s meaner than Damien, to be honest. The fact that the film had a supposedly cursed production only adds to the weirdness of the omenand helped make it a...

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Visit Rio de Janeiro in Brazil in 1 week

Visit Rio de Janeiro in Brazil in 1 week

Tweet Read moreVisit Rio de Janeiro... During Carnival!I went to visit Rio de Janeiro in Brazil about ten years ago and I have wonderful memories of it. Find in this article all the essentials of the city to best prepare your city trip to Rio. Things to see and do in Rio de Janeiro Read more10 must-do things in Rio de JaneiroThe Corcovado and its Christ the Redeemer The statue of Christ the Redeemer is monumental and dominates the entire city of Rio de Janeiro. It is located at the top of the mountain Corcovado and it is one of the emblems of the city. It is one of 7 new wonders of the world and the most famous monument in Brazil! Read more10 things to do in Rio de JaneiroThe view from up there is magnificent. It really is a must see when visiting Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. You can get there by car, taxi or train from the foot of Mt. Allow 45min to climb to the top as there are so many people! Practical information to visit the Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro SCHEDULE: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. PRICES: Around 15€ in low season / 20€ in high season. Check the weather forecast the day before you go there because clouds can spoil your whole view since Corcovado is located at an altitude of 710m Book your skip-the-line tickets in advance on the net. Go early to avoid the tourist crowds! The mythical beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema In Rio, the beaches are close to the city center and buildings. We go there directly on foot. I loved biking between Ipanema and Copacabana (you can rent the self-service flashy orange bikes for a small...

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