Scares... or kisses? Demons... or prince charming? The genres of horror and romance are both eternal antagonistic as equally as interesting. When we see a movie or read a horror book, what we want is to feel fear. Mysterious murders, paranormal, spirits, demons, and all that which is unknown and that terrifies us. Moreover, watching romantic films or books we seek love stories, unrequited relationships, passion, drama. Both of them have negative and positive effects on people who watch them. On the one hand, horror films produce insomnia, anxiety, post-traumatic stress that can last into adulthood (phobias); however, they also help to desensitive a person to violence, so can cope with difficult situations in real life. Furthermore, the anxiety you feel has a slimming effect. On the other hand, romantic movies greatly affect the relationships and perceptions of marriage. The characters that appear in them generate high expectations on viewers and what they expect from their partners becomes unreal sometimes. Nevertheless, couples who watch and talk about these films are less likely to divorce, keeps them closer together and it serves as therapy. Indeed both genders kill boredom, depending on your preferences you choose between terror and romance, both are irresistible !
For me, the best is the horror genre, but sometimes I like to watch dramas. These are films of each genre that I like:
The Bridges of Madison County